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Can you get away with hand luggage for toddler??

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sunnysunnyshine Fri 09-Sep-11 15:51:46

I'm thinking not, but has anyone got away with an extra bag for a 1yo when travelling on a plane? I just don't have a bag big enough to carry what I'll need on the flight for myself and my son.
I still wouldn't go over weight restrictions if I had my bag plus ds's changing bag, but would they not allow the 2 separate bags?

travellingyessir Fri 09-Sep-11 17:09:52

It entirely depends on the airport. I have found that in general they are a bit more lax if you travel with children but recently had glue confiscated from our trunki! Maybe buy a bigger bag or put some non essential stuff in the suitcase. Boots usually have a good selection of baby / toddler stuff at the larger airports, just in case. Happy holidays smile

cookcleanerchaufferetc Fri 09-Sep-11 20:58:29

Who are you flying with?

sunnysunnyshine Fri 09-Sep-11 22:07:15

It's a First Choice holiday with Thomson

mummymeister Sat 10-Sep-11 17:46:55

I would always check with whoever you are booked with. if the flight is full then they are tougher on luggage allowances than if it isnt.

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