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American Tourister Hyperbreeze 4 Cabin Case (H55 W40 D20cm) in black or navy for £26.99 click & collect (+£3.95 delivery) using code @ Ryman
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
According to Ryman, this American Tourister wheeled case conforms to most airline standards, but you'd have to check for yourself. I doubt it would work for Easyjet or Ryanair as t… Read more

for those that dont know - you have to pay for that nowadays


You can carry it onboard Ryanair plane as your "larger cabin bag".

5 Cities 40x20x25 New and Improved 2020 Ryanair Maximum Sized Under Seat Cabin Holdall £8.95 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
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 cabi… Read more

For the bag or Ryan Air?


I’d read the reviews before purchasing :/


Just in time ;) (excited) 8)

Lightweight Airline Approved Cabin Cases (Plain, or Patterned) £10 delivered @ Weeklydeals4less
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Choose from a range of plain, or patterned cabin cases, they weigh 1.4kg, and measure: 50cm x 35cm x 19cm Choice of 6 patterned cases Choice of 6 plain / non patterned ca… Read more

Yeah that's right @Ian2007 the smaller size listed on easyjet site is for the small bag that you can put under your seat. However the larger dimensions of 56cm, 45cm, 25cm is for the overhead cabin baggage size They've done something similar to what Ryanair have been doing for awhile (which is very annoying!!)


50x35x19 on their website but the 50 could be a problem - this is from the EasyJet website: For all travel from 10th February 2021, the seat you've booked will determine what bags you are able to bring on board. Everyone can take one small cabin bag per person on board (maximum size 45 x 36 x 20cm, including any handles or wheels), which must fit under the seat in front of you. That should be enough to bring all the essentials for your journey or for a short trip. There’s no weight limit, but we do ask that you are able to lift and carry your bag yourself.

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Airline-approved ABS Hard Cabin Cases in various colours for £18 delivered @ WeeklyDeals4Less
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Choose from nine different colours for your cabin case, made of a sturdy ABS plastic material. Only £18 delivered. Airline approved too, so no problems getting on the plane this … Read more

I'll just add Ryanair to the already impressive list of carriers that won't allow it as a cabin case.


Having quickly checked, there seems to be quite a few that won't allow it, might be worth updating the description to some rather than what you have. Emirates for example 55*38*20 is max, flybe, tui etc


maybe not the budget airlines.


WizzAir would charge for this size. Over the last few years there seems to be confusion abour what is allowed in the cabin and what is allowed in the cabin free of charge.


Not within the current easyJet carry-on size limit!

Constellation Universal Cabin Case £11 (Free C&C Selected Stores) @ Argos
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Posted 24th AprPosted 24th Apr
Stumbled across this today, seems to be around 30 quid everywhere else. Suitcase specifications: Size H55, W35, D20cm. Expanded size H55, W40, D25cm. 30 litre capacity. 37 … Read more

Thanks for posting. Your thread was selected for our Highlights section (y)


Thanks op


Now only free up to 45 x 36 x 20cm (including any handles or wheels).


This is classic HUKD impulse buy territory...


Which rules are they please?