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carry on /in flight bag size limits

PhilthyPhil Avatar
6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Help!
Does anyone know the max dimensions for a carry on bag,think its easyjet ? i saw them posted on a thread somewhere,but now cant find it again.
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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56x45x25cm
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All flights are different though, you need to check for definate who the flight is with - Ryan Air has a maximum depth of 20cm
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wookiemummy
All flights are different though, you need to check for definate who the flight is with - Ryan Air has a maximum depth of 20cm


Are Ryan Air fussy? I can't remember ever having my hand luggage dimensions checked but have never flown with them
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Thanks folks.:thumbsup::thumbsup:
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StudentJo
Are Ryan Air fussy? I can't remember ever having my hand luggage dimensions checked but have never flown with them


they can be - sometimes you walk straight on but other times they will make you put it in the slot - its not worth taking the risk - you also must remember to save space for anything else you are carrying such as handbag, camera etc as they make you put it inside your case as you are only allowed one piece of hand luggage!
#7
StudentJo
Are Ryan Air fussy? I can't remember ever having my hand luggage dimensions checked but have never flown with them

Me neither but I am flying with them in 2 weeks. I can't even take the childrens trunki as they are 20.5 cm. If not they charge a fortune to put it in the hold...and I would have 2 very upset children
#8
StaceyAKelly
they can be - sometimes you walk straight on but other times they will make you put it in the slot - its not worth taking the risk - you also must remember to save space for anything else you are carrying such as handbag, camera etc as they make you put it inside your case as you are only allowed one piece of hand luggage!


That is quite mean! Most airlines will let you have a handbag and a piece of hand-luggage.
#9
wookiemummy
Me neither but I am flying with them in 2 weeks. I can't even take the childrens trunki as they are 20.5 cm. If not they charge a fortune to put it in the hold...and I would have 2 very upset children


awww that is a shame!! What do you think of your trunki? Would you recommend for a tall 3 year old?
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if you are unsure and can get to the aiport you can try the bags? we saw easyjet signs saying they have the biggest carry on allowance..

both kids have trunkies-we used them on easyjet and ryanair last year without incidence..son trundled all the way to the flight cos with easyjet at liverpool it was a good old haul...he is 7 now and 110cm and will stil use his trunkie this year as he loves it-it was a brillaint buy and ive seen it much cheaper now so well worth it fo a 3year old
#11
plumberman01
if you are unsure and can get to the aiport you can try the bags? we saw easyjet signs saying they have the biggest carry on allowance..

both kids have trunkies-we used them on easyjet and ryanair last year without incidence..son trundled all the way to the flight cos with easyjet at liverpool it was a good old haul...he is 7 now and 110cm and will stil use his trunkie this year as he loves it-it was a brillaint buy and ive seen it much cheaper now so well worth it fo a 3year old


Oh brilliant! My lad's too big for a buggy now really but sometimes you do have to walk for ages to get on the plane!
#12
StaceyAKelly
they can be - sometimes you walk straight on but other times they will make you put it in the slot - its not worth taking the risk - you also must remember to save space for anything else you are carrying such as handbag, camera etc as they make you put it inside your case as you are only allowed one piece of hand luggage!


I agree for both easyjet and ryanair. :thumbsup:

Madeira were having all hand luggage put into the dimensions checker thingy this w/e!
#13
chesso
I agree for both easyjet and ryanair. :thumbsup:

Madeira were having all hand luggage put into the dimensions checker thingy this w/e!


Ryanair didnt look how many hand luggage we had last year at liverpool..it was the security who made people put handbags into hand luggage etc. I have always found Ryanair very fair...unlike other airlines who have been nasty and petty with two of my kids(i think one was jet2) thats why i never understand the slating yanair gets on here:?
1 Like #14
StudentJo
awww that is a shame!! What do you think of your trunki? Would you recommend for a tall 3 year old?

My big 'just' 5 year old uses his and loves it. Ideal for a 3 year old as they know to sit on it unlike my 2 year old who keeps getting off!!!
#15
Is this the new carry on film?
Funny name, bit of a mouthful :whistling::oops:
#16
wookiemummy
My big 'just' 5 year old uses his and loves it. Ideal for a 3 year old as they know to sit on it unlike my 2 year old who keeps getting off!!!


Haha! I remember mine when he was two just getting out his buggy as I was pushing it! Nightmare age transport wise lol. Thanks for advice!

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