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Joie Mirus: Will it fit the overhead compartment on a plane?

Querida • 25 Jan 2023

Is the Joie Mirus allowed in flights? Will it fit in the overhead cabin?

Eli • 25 Jan 2023

Hi, Querida,

No, unfrotunately, the Mirus is too large after folding to be accepted as cabin luggage. It can only be taken as either a ckecked-in, or the (often free) baby luggage that you take up to the plane and then is taken by the stewards and returned after you get off the plane.

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