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prams on easyjet???

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dcb Mon 03-Sep-07 21:09:46

i thought you could take a pram with you - just checked their website and says "no full size prams". what does that mean? we did want to take our 3 wheeler as staying in a semi-rural area. it does fold up though. what are other peoples experiences?

SenoraPostrophe Mon 03-Sep-07 21:11:18

I've taken a pram on easyjet, but it didn't say that then. I think they mean anything that doesn't fold up. they're generally quite forgiving on it actually if you're nice.

flowerybeanbag Mon 03-Sep-07 21:11:34

we took DS's quinny buzz on Ryanair at the weekend. It said 'collapsible' so we took the pushchair attachment which means it can collapse in one piece, rather than the carrycot attachment. I guess it's probably the same for Easyjet.

MuffinMclay Tue 04-Sep-07 11:44:21

I took my 3 wheeler (Jane, so annoyingly big) on an easyjet flight. They allowed me to take it to the steps on the way out, but the French airport people insisted that it went into the hold on the way back.

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