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    Advice on flying with easy jet with pushchair

    Hi has anyone flown easy jet with a toddler. I'm wondering if the pushchair counts as one of the pieces of hold luggage we have paid for or can I take this as well?

    Also if anyone has flown easy jet with the quinny zapp pushchair does this fold small enough to be hand luggage?

    Thanks in advance for any help!

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    not flown with easyjet with a push chair but have with other airlines. You can usually keep your push chair with you until you board the plane and then an airstewerdess will take it off you. Not counted as hand luggage.

    Normally you use the pushchair to the departure gate then it is taken and stowed as a free extra (at the last minute). We went with Ryan air last year, they did not charge.

    from easyjet website

    easyJet allows you to take your pushchairs, buggies, travel cots right up to the aircraft steps and/or door, where they will be taken by cabin crew and stored in the hold. We do not deliver buggies at aircraft side on arrival. They will normally be delivered with baggage on the baggage carousel. It is free to bring your childs push chair.



    You can however check it in with your baggage at check-in, if you wish to do so. Full size, non-collapsible prams cannot be accepted for travel.

    Agreed - flown with various low cost airlines and none have charged and have given you the option between keeping it until you board or putting it through with baggage at no charge.

    and more

    If you are travelling with young children, here is the most requested information;



    Can I take a pushchair with me?



    Yes, easyJet allows you to take your pushchairs, buggies, travel cots right up to the aircraft steps and/or door, where they will be taken by cabin crew and stored in the hold. This is free of charge.



    We do not deliver buggies at aircraft side on arrival. They will normally be delivered with baggage on the baggage carousel.



    Can I take a car seat with me?



    Yes, you can take a car seat onboard providing these conditions are met:



    * The car seat must have a rigid metal or plastic frame;
    * It cannot be wider than 42cm;
    * It must include lap, shoulder and crotch straps.
    * Booster seats are not accepted, they must be checked in.



    Car seats are accepted for any child between the age of six months and 3 years for whom a full fare seat has been purchased.



    Can I take baby milk or food onboard?



    Yes, you are able to take baby milk onboard; you will be required to taste the milk while passing through security. Liquids must be held in bottles containing less than 100ml. As baby bottles are generally smaller than that you should not encounter problems at security but you are advised to check the size of the container.



    We are more than happy to supply hot water onboard to heat food and milk.

    hi flown with easyjet loads of times when kids used buggies and procedure is you use buggy till you board and they take it from you at the steps of the plane and they then put it in the hold for you. personally i would buy a cheap buggy for use on holiday just incase it gets damaged, then you can replace it easily. :thumbsup:

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    :roll::)Thank you all for your help. Rep added! I like the idea about getting a cheap buggy, hadn't thought of that.

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    :roll::)Thank you all for your help. Rep added! I like the idea about … :roll::)Thank you all for your help. Rep added! I like the idea about getting a cheap buggy, hadn't thought of that.



    perhaps you can buy a travel cover for it, I always find it better to have the buggy you are used to, we got a cover for our p&t buggy plan to take it on holidays, ours is double so not as easy to buy a cheap one, plus we are going for 2 weeks so kids need something comfy

    Website specialises in cheap pushchair. Also deals with baby products in general including Cots and Cotbeds, car and booster seats, other pushchairs, baby walkers, safety gates, travel cots and playpen, high chairs etc

    thanks.all comments very usefull.i have two children one 4yrs and one 18mnths so will need to take milk with me..can a take juice bottles with me and do they have to be in clear bottles
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