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Kinderkraft Nubi 2: Is the Nubi 2 approved by aviation authorities to be taken into the cabin?

Bruna • 05 Nov 2023

Ho Eli,

Im in Australia – does the Nubi2 is approved by aviation authorities here? I'm looking for a stroller cabin size to take into a International flight with me. Thanks :D

Eli • 06 Nov 2023

Hey, Bruna,

Honestly, this stroller has no official certification with airplane companies so the answer will most probably be no. It doesn't really have to have a certification, though, IF it fits the cabin requirements of your airline. It is 54.5 cm x 51 cm x 31.5 cm after folding, which is not the smallest, so perhaps check with your airline's requirements and go from there. But if you look for a certified stroller, there are only a few of them, and this one is not really one of them (pretty much no very budget-friendly stroller is, as it takes quite some money and design compromise), so make sure to look at the Joolze Aer+, the Bugaboo Butterfly or the Babyzeno Yoyo if that would be your priority.

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