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Booster Seat on Ryanair

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UnOeufIsEnough · 19/06/2022 17:47

Hello,

Sorry if this has been asked a billion times but has anyone flown Ryanair with booster seats for children recently?

All I can see on the Ryanair website is information for infants. My kids are 6 and 4. I haven't booked checked luggage for them but I want to check car seats for them. Did you get to check in car seats for free?

I tried the chat system to find out and just went round in circles!

Thank you!!

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niqnet1 · 24/06/2022 12:59

I'm after this advice too. We are travelling in 9th july and never used ryan air before so wary of hidden charges! Website is so ambiguous.

'Fee charged per item/ Per one way flight - maximum weight of 20kg per item (2 items of baby equipment are carried free of charge per child - 1 pushchair plus one of the following items: car seat or booster seat or travel cot).'

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Sweetmotherofallthatisholyabov · 24/06/2022 13:02

Flying from Dublin I've never had a problem bringing car seats as well as a checked buggy. On both infant and child tickets. But I don't know are the staff there just sound or is it policy. I usually have a buggy and 2 car seats.

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balalake · 24/06/2022 13:04

I apologise for my laughter at thinking that car seats would be carried on Ryanair for nothing. I am sure Mr O'Leary would charge for them.

Hope you can find out how much OP.

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UnOeufIsEnough · 24/06/2022 13:05

Thank you everyone!

@niqnet1 I agree, it's really ambiguous. Perfectly clear for infants but not so clear for older children

@Sweetmotherofallthatisholyabov thanks so much!!

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