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Cabin luggage friendly changing bag?

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hippohippohippo · 08/03/2022 17:53

Hiya looking for some recommendations for a cabin luggage friendly baby changing bag please! We currently use a huge rucksacks for all things spare nappies / clothes / on the go weaning stuff etc but have a couple of flights soon (easyjet, ryanair, jet2) and ds will be starting with a childminder so would like a second smaller bag that covers these purposes!

Any recommendations?

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tkwal · 08/03/2022 18:01

What age is your child ?just asking as over 2s have their own seats and luggage allowance and there are some really cute wheel able bags around. Just buy a travel changing mat and travel size creams, wipes etc. If you don't use ready made jars or pouches make sure the containers you take their food in has strong seals. Most bags have at least two compartments so you can keep clothes /nappies separate and safe from food spills

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hippohippohippo · 08/03/2022 18:43

@tkwal

What age is your child ?just asking as over 2s have their own seats and luggage allowance and there are some really cute wheel able bags around. Just buy a travel changing mat and travel size creams, wipes etc. If you don't use ready made jars or pouches make sure the containers you take their food in has strong seals. Most bags have at least two compartments so you can keep clothes /nappies separate and safe from food spills

He's 8 months! The allowance for a cabin change bag seems smaller than the regular cabin baggage we're used to so at the moment I don't think we own any bags that fit!
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Janek · 08/03/2022 18:56

There is a make called cabin max who originally just made the original Ryanair-sized bags (44 x 20 x 25) but now seem to make all sizes for all airlines. They will certainly have one that maximises your storage, but fits your purposes. They are not the most stylish though.

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