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On an international flight (with connections) I am planning on bringing a stroller... with no baby!

Will they make me pay for a 2nd luggage? What am I supposed to do with it?

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Related: travel.stackexchange.com/questions/5687/… –  Karlson Mar 13 at 12:26
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Most airlines will let you bring a stroller for free if you have an infant/child, but only if you have an infant/child, e.g. Emirates, Qantas, etc. So yes, if the stroller puts you over your baggage allowances you will have to pay for excess luggage.

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From my experience most airlines also allow you to check-in a stroller if you are travelling with an older child as well. –  Grzenio Mar 13 at 11:12
    
True - From Qantas, "Children up to 12 years of age are permitted one car seat and one collapsible pram, stroller or push chair in addition to the checked baggage allowance." –  dlanod Mar 13 at 11:18
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