Has anyone gone hands free at Bristol airport with easy jet. How was it easy to do.
I've flown from Bristol with easyJet several times at least each year and never heard of a "hands free" scheme. What the heck is it?
Could you explain “hands free” which is a phrase i’m more used to on phones? Could you mean using the mobile boarding pass on your phone?Edited: 2:56 pm, October 12, 2017
Ah, sorry then no I can’t help, but I have learned something.
I always drop off my cabin luggage for free on Easyjet and would not pay for the service. On full flights cabin luggage space always runs out and passengers are always asked to check it in.
That's interesting, so basically checking a cabin bag at a much reduced price compared to a normal checked bag.
No never done that as I'm always travelling for work from Bristol and can't let my cabin bag out if my sight (company laptop).
Hopefully it will be popular and leave lots of room in the OHB for me!
So basically it's cheap checked luggage
Not at Bristol, but used it at Edinburgh recently. Very easy and simple.
I find it slightly annoying since they used to do this for free and as somebody with a disability I liked to use it at Gatwick. It feels a bit cheeky charging for things that would make the airlines life easier and bringing it as if they are being so wonderful to offer this service for a small amount money.
Did you still have to take 100 ml liquids in plastic bag.