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Bugaboo cameleon on Ryanair???

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Vanillalatte Mon 21-Jul-08 20:13:25

Does anybody know if the bugaboo can be taken up to the plane?The website says they accept one fully collapsable pushchair but since the bugaboo comes in 2 parts I'm not sure if that counts. Has anyone any experience of flying with one or do I need to buy a seperate pushchair for travelling?

LongLiveGreenElizabeth Mon 21-Jul-08 20:16:03

I've seen people with bugaboos on flights between london and dublin but i don't know if they had to pay extra.

With Ryanair, that is not unlikely!

Buying a stroller for your holiday mightn't be a bad idea though. SO handy, and you don't have to worry that Ryanair staff will be dropping it or dragging it along in the rain etc...

becka1 Thu 14-Aug-08 12:21:54

sorry if my reply is too late but I have travelled several times with a bugaboo cameleon with Ryanair and no problems. They give you two labels i.e. one to attach to each part and can take it right up to the steps of the plane. Did get a bit dirty once and had to wash when I came home.

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