Can I take this on a flight as a carry on? Maybe if I take the wheels off?
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With the folded dimensions of 59 cm x 49.5 cm x 25 cm, the City Tour 2 should be accepted as cabin luggage by many airlines. If needing an even smaller size, yeah, taking off the wheels might help, but it should be fine except for perhaps the Emirates' cheapest flights, where the cabin luggage requirements are even stricter. Worst case, they'll take you away from you as getting on the plane and return it to you while getting off. In general, though, you should be able to take this pushchair as a carry on piece of lugagge.