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Taking guitar with Easyjet

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DragonRojo Wed 01-Feb-17 20:35:39

Has any of you ever carried a guitar with Easyjet? It's not listed in their website so I don't know whether they would accept it as an extra piece of luggage. Calling them costs £10 so trying to avoid it

Starisnotanumber Wed 01-Feb-17 22:06:47

Just Google musical instruments and easy jet.All information is there

RedBugMug Wed 01-Feb-17 22:08:15

get a hard case.
and insurance.

mummymeister Thu 02-Feb-17 09:15:52

They will charge you extra as it will have to go in the hold. I would buy lots of bubble wrap for inside the case and around the outside. they are not particularly careful so make sure you stay with it when it goes to their specialist loading area. not something I would do unless I absolutely could not avoid it.

DragonRojo Thu 02-Feb-17 10:03:33

Thank you! Yes, I'll definitely have a hard case. I'm quite concerned having seen how the suitcases get treated

VintagePerfumista Sat 04-Feb-17 07:54:04

I took a violin some years ago. Had to pay about £35 iirc. It was fine.

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