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Aer Lingus Regional

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hollyisalovelyname Sun 01-Jan-17 13:50:44

Their luggage allowance is 48 cm not the usual 55 cm.
I'm treating myself to new luggage.
Would like to get reasonable (€100 approx)
luggage. Preferably 4 wheels.
I was stopped on Aer Lingus ( regional- Dublin to Bristol) the last time and luggage had to go in the hold despite it being ok for Ryan--squeezethelastpennyoutofyou--air.
Any suggestions please?

MarDhea Sun 01-Jan-17 17:49:11

I have a 48cm cabin bag that's a Skyflite Transit - it's a 2-wheeler soft case that's surprisingly spacious for the 48cm size.

I paid about £25 in a sale (bought it in the UK rather than Ireland, sorry) and have been pleasantly surprised by how robust it's been. It's functional rather than fancy but I like it!

hollyisalovelyname Sun 01-Jan-17 20:02:27

Thank you

Carriemac Wed 04-Jan-17 09:53:03

aer lingus regional are a lot more forgiving than ryanair though, and usually just put it the hold for free if its a bit big

fueledbybacon Wed 04-Jan-17 09:55:37

Yeah I agree with Carriemac. They tend to just put it in the hold rather than argue. I wouldn't be pushed buying new luggage. How often will you be flying?

hollyisalovelyname Wed 04-Jan-17 15:15:29

But then you have to wait for the luggage to come through .

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