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Quick query about flying with Ryanair and child over 2

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lizandlulu Mon 20-Jan-14 21:50:56

I am flying with Ryan air with my daughters. My youngest is 2.5 and now she is over 2 she has her own seat. So now she isn't classed as an infant, can I still take a pushchair for free? The rules say one pushchair an be carried for free if travelling with a infant. But with her being classed as a child, will they try and charge me for the pushchair?

Has anyone experienced this?

NomNomNom Mon 20-Jan-14 21:52:20

You should be fine. They state the age limit somewhere on the website. I've taken DD and her pushchair on a Ryanair flight after her 2nd birthday.

lizandlulu Tue 21-Jan-14 19:50:39

Lovely thank you

PortofinoRevisited Wed 22-Jan-14 21:20:04

We too have flown with a pushchair after 2.

Janek Sat 22-Feb-14 16:11:51

So have we. And don't forget she is now entitled to her own hand luggage too. If you can carry it...

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