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Old 01-07-2019, 11:16 AM   #31
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Default Re: Bagpipes as carry-on luggage

If flying on a Budget Airline (EasyJet, RyanAir), I pay for Priority or Speedy Boarding which lets you actually carry on your Carry-On luggage. A lot of passengers without this get made to put their luggage in the hold. The last EasyJet flight I took, it was actually the passengers in the middle of the queue who had to surrender their Carry-On luggage, while those at the end of the queue were allowed to take theirs' with them into the cabin. Luck of the draw...
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