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Post by Jen1234 on Sun 16 Dec 2012 - 13:31

Hello to all,

I'm going to fly to Stansted airport and I was taking a look at the cabin baggage dimensions. I am aware of the fact the Ryanair allows "strictly one item of cabin baggage per passenger (excluding infants) weighing up to 10kg with maximum dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm". My cabin suitcase is 56cm x 38cm x 18cm, but if I measure its wheels and handle too, it is 62cm x 38cm x 18cm. Am I going to have a problem with that?

Moreover, I am thinking of buying 4-5 bottles of alcoholic beverages from the duty free shops and put them inside the suitcase mentioned above. Is that going to be a problem? (Maybe they think it as something flammable, Idk)

Thank you in advance.
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Re: Cabin luggage question

Post by HollandRyanair on Sun 16 Dec 2012 - 14:47

Jen1234 wrote:Hello to all,

I'm going to fly to Stansted airport and I was taking a look at the cabin baggage dimensions. I am aware of the fact the Ryanair allows "strictly one item of cabin baggage per passenger (excluding infants) weighing up to 10kg with maximum dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm". My cabin suitcase is 56cm x 38cm x 18cm, but if I measure its wheels and handle too, it is 62cm x 38cm x 18cm. Am I going to have a problem with that?

Moreover, I am thinking of buying 4-5 bottles of alcoholic beverages from the duty free shops and put them inside the suitcase mentioned above. Is that going to be a problem? (Maybe they think it as something flammable, Idk)

Thank you in advance.

Yes, I think you will have a problem with this suitcase. The Ryanair max. dimensions includes everything, so wheels and handles as well. 7cm too height is really to big, so I advice you to bring another suitcase since Stansted is a huge Ryanair base. They will most likely be checking your suitcase and you'll end up paying a lot of money. Taking alcoholic beverages is no problem though as long as it fits in your single piece of cabin lugagge.

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Post by Ryanairflyer on Sun 16 Dec 2012 - 17:12

If the bag does not fit the bag does not go - unless you € pay the extra, size(55cm x 40cm x 20cm) includes handles and wheels.
I have seen passengers remove wheels before just to make it fit bounce

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Re: Cabin luggage question

Post by Jen1234 on Sun 16 Dec 2012 - 22:48

Thank you for both of your answers!

Ryanairflyer wrote:I have seen passengers remove wheels before just to make it fit bounce
I've thought of that but unfortunately they are not removable. Sad
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