I Think that's because you pay extra for any additional... Same with all low-cost lines... :Whistle::Sheriff:Easyjet (offically) allows only one piece of hand luggage, which will be my MiniTrekker. Although I couldn't find it right now I remember to have read somewhere in the small print that additionally to the hand luggage one is allowed to take photo gear on board. They didn't state how much. :biggrin:
:smile: To quote my wife "look at the ticket on the web"I'm quite sure it was for free (though they didn't say how much photo gear) but I cannot find that statement anymore. Maybe they removed it.
I proved to be uncomplicated when stored in a backpack like the Minitrekker. they could clearly see all the gear in X-Ray and actually congratulated me on my storage system because it was so nicely to see and check.But my poorly asked question was do they hassle you when checking your photo gear when boarding.
:smile: German precision I love it!!! I am over complicating things. :smile:I proved to be uncomplicated when stored in a backpack like the Minitrekker. they could clearly see all the gear in X-Ray and actually congratulated me on my storage system because it was so nicely to see and check.
I use my Minitrekker plus like that:
Just don't take pictures of the security staff, you can get into real trouble....:Crunk:
Fair enough, I am looking for one now. I am working on my wife to travel "light". I need to do my part too. :smile:JR,
My attitude is don't check any photo equipment that you are not prepared to lose!
They X-Ray it - they know what's in there.
I once checked a bag with a stainless steel flask and a brand new pair of trainers. They must have pulled the bag to check out the bomb-shaped item, put that back and took the trainers!
A minitrekker will definitely get through for cabin luggage. It's amazing how much you can get in it when you try. It's probably not worth bringing any more than can fit it a minitrekker anyway.
JR, the nice part about these meetings is that there always seem to be lens to spare and share. Panos and Michael both have strong backs and never seem to lack anything in their packs and.....well, Steve, lives just around the corner.Fair enough, I am looking for one now. I am working on my wife to travel "light". I need to do my part too. :smile: