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Ryanair Has Accused Parents Of Making Toddlers Carry Suitcases To Save On Baggage Fees

By mariemadden

July 25, 2017 at 1:09pm

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We've all have our own little tips and tricks to save on baggage fees but Ryanair has said today that some travellers are going to extreme lengths to avoid checking in luggage.

According to Independent.ie, some parents are asking their toddlers to carry suitcases past the service desk in order to bring extra carry-on bags on to their flights.

Under Ryanair's rules, anyone over the age of two is entitled to bring a 10kg suitcase (and second small bag) on to their flights free of charge.

He added that the airline could look at changing their bag policy as a result of people who don't play by the rules.

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