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American Tourister Bon Air Cabin Suitcase (All Colours) £44.99 Delivered @ Ryman
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American Tourister Bon Air Cabin Suitcase (All Colours) £44.99 Delivered @ Ryman

£44.99£52.9915%Ryman Deals
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Posted 30th Jan

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Good price for this hand luggage appropriate case. Been this price before but usually it's only the Black you see, so it's nice to get the full range of colours at this price!

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The American Tourister Bon Air Cabin Spinner has an amazing compact design is the perfect hand luggage to fit most airline dimension and other low-cost airline cabin baggage sizes, great for short business trips or a weekend getaway.

With its innovative design, this cabin case is super light and extra tough, with plenty of room for all your essentials and with the Fixed-3-digit TSA Lock and 360 degrees spinner wheels, your belongings are not only safe and secure, you can roll this case around with ease.

. Ideal for short trips
. Extremely strong 100% polypropylene zipped suitcase
. Super lightweight luggage thanks to innovative design and engineering
. Fixed-3-digit TSA Lock for added security
. 360 degrees spinner wheels for smooth rolling comfort
. Item Weight - 2.5 kg
. Product Dimensions- 40cm x 55cm x 20 cm
. Capacity - 30 Ltr

*Please note we cannot be held responsible if an airline applies other cabin size standards. We recommend checking with your airline for the latest cabin luggage allowance.
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These are great cases.
If anyone has a costco membership check in store - bought a set (including this size) last year.
Was a lot cheaper (£30-something for the cabin size) and can be returned any time if a problem with Costco.
These are good cases. Beware though. My better half has just flown back from Southampton with one of these cases and the CS Rep at the FlyBE check in, made her pay £35 as it’s supposedly too big for the cabin. Total jobsworth. That was the whole reason I bought it.
standard price, these are cheaper in costo and suitcase outlets
Brought this for £25 in Costco.
The_Shepherd30/01/2020 17:58

These are good cases. Beware though. My better half has just flown back …These are good cases. Beware though. My better half has just flown back from Southampton with one of these cases and the CS Rep at the FlyBE check in, made her pay £35 as it’s supposedly too big for the cabin. Total jobsworth. That was the whole reason I bought it.


Flybe sizes are a pain, they are smaller than most
The_Shepherd30/01/2020 17:58

These are good cases. Beware though. My better half has just flown back …These are good cases. Beware though. My better half has just flown back from Southampton with one of these cases and the CS Rep at the FlyBE check in, made her pay £35 as it’s supposedly too big for the cabin. Total jobsworth. That was the whole reason I bought it.



If you have a glance at this page you'll see there's some variance between airlines and the likes of Whizz Air, Flybe and Ryan Air are terrible in comparison to Easyjet and BA. I don't know if that page is kept up to date so it's best to check with the airline before travelling.
omgpleasespamme31/01/2020 03:28

If you have a glance at this page you'll see there's some variance between …If you have a glance at this page you'll see there's some variance between airlines and the likes of Whizz Air, Flybe and Ryan Air are terrible in comparison to Easyjet and BA. I don't know if that page is kept up to date so it's best to check with the airline before travelling.


The annoying thing is that I came back from Belfast recently with Flybe and this case and there was no issue. They seem to enforce it when it suits them.
The_Shepherd31/01/2020 17:04

The annoying thing is that I came back from Belfast recently with Flybe …The annoying thing is that I came back from Belfast recently with Flybe and this case and there was no issue. They seem to enforce it when it suits them.



I think it's one of those things where they know they're worse than BA or Easyjet so they try not to enforce it unless there appears to many in the queue for the overheads to carry. There may also be an element of the bean counters saying that money is tight this month and they need to hammer the revenue stream that is additional baggage fees. If you know that plenty of customers chance it with their luggage as you don't enforce policy most flights then it's a money tap that can be turned on as and when required for a short term cash injection. Yeah it may not help the business long term but if you can't pay your fuel bills today then how will long term brand loyalty help?
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