Aircraft Seat Belt Extenders
If you want your passengers and crew to buckle up snug and secure without going numb, then you definitely need these airplane belt extensions. An airplane seat belt extender comes in several types according to the type of aircraft or the airline. For example, a Type C airplane seatbelt extender is used for Alaska Airlines aircraft and some older commuter planes. You'll also find a Piper and a Cessna seat belt extender that can work in other kinds of aircraft. See the guide for a full listing.The Type A seatbelt extension is most common, used by the following airlines: ATA, Continental, Delta, JetBlue, NWA, TWA, United Airlines, US Airways and many more.The Type B seatbelt extension is used by Southwest Airlines, Turkish Airlines and many business jets.The Type C seatbelt extender is found on Alaska Airlines aircraft, though some might use Type A as well. They are also used on older commuter planes.The Type D seatbelt extension is used in Gulfstream and Cessna jets, helicopters, commuter aircraft and private planes.The Type E/6 seatbelt extender is found in many Cessna, Challenger, Falcon and Gulfstream aircraft.With an aircraft seat belt extender, everyone aboard your plane will fly through the skies in comfort.