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Posted 20 May 2023

5 Cities (40x20x25cm) Ryanair Maximum Hand Luggage, Under Seat Cabin Holdall – Take The Max On Board £11.99 @ Travel Luggage Cabin

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  • RYANAIR MAXIMUM CABIN LUGGAGE SIZE: We specifically designed our 5 Cities holdall to measure 40x25x20cm; which is EXACTLY the maximum allowed size you can take for free in the cabin when flying with Ryanair. It is also accepted on virtually all major airlines world-wide; Including easyJet, British Airways, Etihad, Emirates, Delta, Flybe, Lufthansa, Norwegian, Jet2, KLM, Quatar, Wizz Air and Virgin Atlantic to name just a few
  • UNDERSEAT FLIGHT BAG: This compact holdall is the perfect piece of cabin hand luggage for your travels. It is a convenient under seat flight bag which allows quick access to anything that you need throughout your flight, such as books, headphones, snacks and electronic devices. Dimensions: 40x20x25cm, Weight: 0.45kg, Capacity: 20L.
  • SAFE AND SECURE: No need to worry about the safety of your belongings, this holdall features a spacious and lockable main compartment to help keep your belongings safe on your travels. The convenient front zipped pocket is an ideal space for your travel documents and any items you need to quick access to.
  • CARRY BY HAND, WEAR ON YOUR SHOULDER, OR MOUNT OVER LARGER LUGGAGE: The HOLD611 is highly adaptable. It features two handles on the top with a velcro clasp to carry by hand. If you prefer to wear your bag on your shoulder, it includes a length-adjustable shoulder strap for convenience. Or if you’re travelling with a larger cabin case or hold luggage, it features a dedicated mounting strap on the rear – allowing you to mount the bag over your extendable trolley handle.
  • 2 YEAR WARRANTY: Our durable holdall bags are designed to last but for peace of mind, 5 cities offer a 2 year guarantee replacement service covering all manufacturing defects.
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  1. Rozkurwiacz's avatar
    Pro tip: you can take any slightly larger soft luggage and not fill it completely, in unlikely case you will be asked to put it to the dimensions check basket, it will fold nicely.

    No need to buy this awkward bag
  2. shillstomper's avatar
    honestly, with sizes being this small now, your'e better off with a rucksack. It's by far the easiest style of cabin bag to carry around.
    ScottMcKendrick's avatar
    do 8 trips + a year with a berghaus 30L rucksack never stopped once
  3. Zarjaz2000's avatar
    Bought one of these a few months ago. It lasted one trip and fell apart. Very cheap and nasty.
    wurzzle's avatar
    Ditto. The zip failed on the outbound flight, and the handle broke on the return trip. Total garbage.
  4. Shakespearean's avatar
    I bought one of these Ryanair purses and gave it to someone the very first day
    SuffolkLad222's avatar
    Sounds like a parody of Last Christmas
  5. highwayman8155's avatar
    Ok until they reduce the size again. We will have to go naked before long and pay extra for underpants and a seat.
    cannrobe's avatar
    Don't you have to pay extra for a seat already?
  6. HarryBobs's avatar
    Ordered, thanks OP. Unlike some who posted I really dont care what a travel bag is styled like LMFAO
    adamhearn's avatar
    Agreed; had one for a couple of years now. Does OK for long weekends though the strap isn't the most comfortable on the shoulder when the bag is rammed full They are pretty well put together.
  7. Coheed-Cambria's avatar
    A few people are saying to use a backpack instead I am off to Warsaw in a few weeks any suggestions of a backpack that will do the job?
    Mrman123's avatar
    Eastpak have some, I have one, of course check the dimensions
  8. Tutanota's avatar
    This looks like something my grandad would use
    Gr1zz1y89's avatar
    I can almost smell the Old Spice
  9. sarkymark1's avatar
    Stick with a backpack that isn't too big and never get stopped. Stay away from bags held in the hand if you want to sail through
    jase.2's avatar
    Depends on the airport as twice in a row at Gdansk I’ve seen the gate staff check more or less anything that looks bigger inc backpack
  10. KongDonkey's avatar
    Someone puked in the aisle last time I flew Ryanair and the cabin crew refused to clean it up. We all had to step over it as we left the plane.
    BiglyX's avatar
    Person that puked should have cleaned it.
  11. robbiewin's avatar
    Nice deal, heat
  12. James_Whitchurch's avatar
    Some really good advice here. I people watch a lot in airports. I've noticed if you have a backpack on and it isn't too large. The Ryanair staff usually allow it through.
  13. iGlad's avatar
    I’ll never fly with them again after they cancelled my flights over the past 3 years.
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  14. jaizan's avatar
    This retailer supposedly specializes in cabin baggage.
    Yet they don't have a single "WizzMax" bag at maximum Wizz free dimensions of 40x30x20cm.
  15. xanoas's avatar
    Bought one just like this before, broke apart on the journey back, going to stick with soft shell backpacks.
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