I was wondering whether the IKEA UPPTÄCKA “cabin bag on wheels” is accepted as cabin baggage on Ryanair flights? Ryanair’s regulations allow bags with maximum dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. IKEA’s website states the dimensions of the bag as 50cm x 40cm x 20.5cm. That puts the depth at half a centimeter too much. I can’t quite imagine that being a problem. But as I’ve never flown with Ryanair, and given the company’s reputation of looking for ways to squeeze some extra surcharges out of their passengers, I’d just like to make sure. Who knows, they might have staff training courses on “how to recognize the oversized bags of the most popular brands.” IKEA’s stated dimensions might also not be accurate, or depending on how they measured, the difference might be bigger.
It’s not the main question, but I’d also appreciate knowing whether the “collapsible cabin bag on wheels” is accepted. The stated dimensions of 48cm x 35cm x 20cm would seem to fall within the regulations, but it doesn’t hurt to make sure. It’s smaller than the other bag, and when I saw it in the store, seemed so flimsy I’m not sure it would survive even a single trip. But perhaps it’s more interesting than I thought at first, as Ryanair’s weight limit is 10kg, and this bag only weighs 1.85kg (compared to 2.75kg for the other bag).