Found 28th Sep 2009
My elderly aunt is flying to Spain with Ryanair and is unsteady on her feet but refuses to use a wheelchair, will she be allowed to take her walking stick on the plane with her .
I had a look on the site but can't find anything about it.

Thankyou

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yes but the cabin crew will store it for her whilst in flight

Original Poster

octobergirl;6423138

yes but the cabin crew will store it for her whilst in flight



Thankyou :thumbsup:

Knowing Ryanair they'll probably charge her to bring the walking stick on board

Original Poster

Spriggan;6423175

Knowing Ryanair they'll probably charge her to bring the walking stick on … Knowing Ryanair they'll probably charge her to bring the walking stick on board



do you think so ?

make sure she prints her tickets/boarding cards before she leaves and for coming back or they'll charge her, they are money grabbers . . .

jeany123;6423182

do you think so ?



No.

Original Poster

[email protected];6423190

make sure she prints her tickets/boarding cards before she leaves and for … make sure she prints her tickets/boarding cards before she leaves and for coming back or they'll charge her, they are money grabbers . . .



She already got them printed do you think she should have told them?

jeany123;6423182

do you think so ?



No I was joking but don't be surprised if they did :thumbsup:

Original Poster

emasu;6423196

No.



i'm gullible:p

the cabin crew will store it but I bet you have to pay £10 to get it back!!!

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pushkin2000;6423743

the cabin crew will store it but I bet you have to pay £10 to get it … the cabin crew will store it but I bet you have to pay £10 to get it back!!!



LOL I won't tell her that ,she will worry all the journey in case they won't give it back to her:)
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