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Is a Trunki counted as hand luggage on Easyjet?

(7 Posts)
adifferentwoman Tue 29-Sep-09 10:14:50

I hear that you can't take a Trunki as hand luggage on Easyjet flights. Is this correct? What about Monarch?

Nefret Tue 29-Sep-09 10:43:04

I'm sure I saw someone with one when we went Easyjet this year. Why wouldn't you be able to take it on? The bags we took on as hand luggage were much bigger.

ThePrettiestStar Tue 29-Sep-09 10:57:06

I thought that this was one of the main selling pints of the Trunki?

The website certainly says that they are hand luggage approved... Trunki website

Sourdough Tue 29-Sep-09 10:58:33

We take it as carry-on with Ryanair, so I'm sure that means anyone will accept it, surely.

alexw Tue 29-Sep-09 11:00:52

Yes it's hand luggage.Took one only a couple of weeks ago on easyjet

adifferentwoman Tue 29-Sep-09 12:13:23

Great - can stuff it full of toys and crayons for the plane then! I was told that Easyjet refuses to take them as they don't accept hard bags as handluggage.

Nefret Fri 02-Oct-09 11:57:17

Why don't you email Easyjet and ask them? I have found they reply very quickly to any questions.

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