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If you’re a large passenger and you’ve been bringing your own seat belt extender to buckle yourself in on flights, the government has an order for you: Stop it.

The Federal Aviation Administration issued a reminder to the airlines at the end of last month that their extenders — which add 25 inches to the length of a regular seat belt by being buckled to the ones on planes — are the only ones to be used.

Tags: faa, safety