Flight Cabin Bag fulfils Ryanair criteria 35x20x20cm £8.99 delivered @ Travelluggagecabinbags
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Flight Cabin Bag fulfils Ryanair criteria 35x20x20cm £8.99 delivered @ Travelluggagecabinbags

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Found 17th JanEdited by:"Toptrumpet"
This unisex lightweight hold-all conforms to Ryanair’snew baggage policy and is the correct size to take on board without paying extra. Measuring 35x20x20cm it has carry handles and an adjustable shoulder strap. There is also a zip side pocket which is ideal for your Passport and Boarding Pass.
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Other colours available are navy and wine for £9.99
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st8mike4 h, 49 m ago

Who wants to fly with that shower ?? Pay proper prices and be sure to get …Who wants to fly with that shower ?? Pay proper prices and be sure to get where you want to go when you want.



Oh, get over yourself. I'm a frequent flyer(for business) and very happy to fly with them. In a nutshell, they are often the only airline that fly the routes I need to go. I was on their first l flight Leeds to Krakow. Cost me 30 quid. The alternative was Leeds to Heathrow, Heathrow to Warsaw, then on another to Krakow. No way! You pay your "proper prices" if you want. And take days to get where you need to be. If their route fits, just live with their policies, jump through the hoops, and get where you need to go for a reasonable price.
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Another reason not to fly with Ryanair
35x20x20 requirements!? Ffs that's not much bigger than a wash bag!
Edited by: "gianthair" 17th Jan
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It’s the 2nd bag free size that Ryanair will let you bring on board
I bought a pair of these a while back. Actually pretty good and although the dimensions look small, in writing, it's quite surprising how much you can fit in there. You can get them cheaper (if you want two) here amazon.co.uk/gp/…ECS
also worth being aware that there is no weight limit on this 'smaller bag' and a 10kg limit on the 50, 40, 20 you get to put in the hold for free.
Who wants to fly with that shower ?? Pay proper prices and be sure to get where you want to go when you want.
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2 flight bags deal Here £14.99 with free delivery
Edited by: "Toptrumpet" 19th Jan
Toptrumpet25 m ago

2 flight bags deal Here £15,99 with free delivery


Cheaper as per my link above!
These are good. I have two cheap bags like this.

I usually fly Norwegian but with the same two carry on bag principles. They are less strict with the weight and sizes of the main carry on, they only usually bother with weighing and measuring stuff that visually looks over sized.

I don't take fancy luggage any more because chances are it'll either get 1: battered (had that) 2: lost (not yet) or 3: stolen (yep) especially looking fancy. So just make do with cheap carry ons!
Sounds like a good deal, if it fulfils Ryan Air's criteria then you can abandon it anywhere and it will make it's own way home....
I have a bag to these exact sizes, you'd be amazed what you can fit in it!!
Is the bag any good? Or is it a ‘hot deal’ because the new Easy Jet policy is topical and in the news
st8mike4 h, 49 m ago

Who wants to fly with that shower ?? Pay proper prices and be sure to get …Who wants to fly with that shower ?? Pay proper prices and be sure to get where you want to go when you want.



Oh, get over yourself. I'm a frequent flyer(for business) and very happy to fly with them. In a nutshell, they are often the only airline that fly the routes I need to go. I was on their first l flight Leeds to Krakow. Cost me 30 quid. The alternative was Leeds to Heathrow, Heathrow to Warsaw, then on another to Krakow. No way! You pay your "proper prices" if you want. And take days to get where you need to be. If their route fits, just live with their policies, jump through the hoops, and get where you need to go for a reasonable price.
Cheapskate..
To all the people who don't read the facts before running to their keyboard to complain....

How are the hand luggage rules changing?

Ryanair currently allows you to bring two items of hand luggage:

  • Its maximum-allowed bag is 55cm x 40cm x 20cm (smaller than Easyjet's 56cm x 45cm x 25cm), with a 10kg weight limit.
  • You can also take a smaller bag such as a handbag or laptop bag, with a max size of 35cm x 20cm x 20cm and no weight restriction.

From Wednesday 1 November, you will still be able to take both bags through security, but non-priority boarding customers will only be able to bring their smaller bag into the cabin. The larger bag will have to be put into the hold at the boarding gate, at no extra charge.

If you pay extra for priority boarding – typically £5 – you will still be able to take both bags into the cabin.

Summary.... You can still take the two bags, it won't cost you more, stop looking for reasons to moan.
greencode19 h, 15 m ago

I bought a pair of these a while back. Actually pretty good and although …I bought a pair of these a while back. Actually pretty good and although the dimensions look small, in writing, it's quite surprising how much you can fit in there. You can get them cheaper (if you want two) here https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01FSP2ECS


If you want 4 black ones its £21.99 via eBay
Steve35353 m ago

If you want 4 black ones its £21.99 via eBay


Waiting for someone now to say, if you want 46 black ones its for xxx...
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Thanks to everyone voting. Just thought it was a good idea if each person travelling in your party had a different coloured one. No more mix ups at the security scanner or arguments on whose is whose and makes kids responsible for their own bag and contents.
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