I'd like to bring a small knife on the Camino and yet I'd rather keep my pack with me on the plane. Obviously, not going to work! Anyone find a good alternative or is it just easier to check the pack?
frmikeminn said:Anyone find a good alternative or is it just easier to check the pack?
I don't think any aircraft will accept these items in the cabin. That is why it is best to check them into the hold and carry your backpack into the cabin with you.Swords, knives, scissors, blades, cutlery, darts, syringes and other sharp objects and any item which in our opinion could be used as a weapon may be accepted as Checked Baggage, at our discretion, but will not be permitted in the cabin of the aircraft.
Bear50 said:The morale is DON'T FLY RYANAIR
The morale is DON'T FLY RYANAIR
sillydoll said:Cheap flights are a double edged sword - the more cheap flights there are, the more people fly, the greater the emissions of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2). Environmentalists warn that flying is the easiest way to cook the planet!
NaKwendaSafari said:do you intend to get to Spain from Ozzie and ZudAfrica to do the Camino without flying?