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    If you only want it at the airports depending on which ones you go to most major domestic airports have strollers and wheelchairs available for free

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    If you only want it at the airports depending on which ones you go to most major domestic airports have strollers and wheelchairs available for free
    I'll need a Pram where I'm travelling to plus thinking I'll use it at home too sometimes in place of my big Pram so buying one is worthwhile

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    I thought only the yoyo was small enough for on board?

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    We have a yoyo and have flown countless times with it domestically and internationally and never had any trouble. It is so easy to use and to travel with (one handed fold up and down). We've had it since just before she was 12 months old and haven't had any issues with it. I ended up using it as my everyday stroller and it was great. The basket is small but we never carry much anyway. She's now 3.5 and still fits in it although we don't use it anymore. She's always been comfortable and slept well in it (recline is great) and I haven't had any issues with her escaping the straps (although it's not in her character to try escape). I haven't tried the nano as it wasn't available when I got my yoyo but I'd consider one now (except I didn't know you had to take the wheels off - that would be annoying if you're one your own with a baby) as the yoyo is so much more expensive than it used to be (I paid around $320 brand new!). I haven't tried one but the Pockit doesn't look as sturdy as the yoyo or the nano. The yoyo is really sturdy and has a comfortable ride. HTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    I thought only the yoyo was small enough for on board?
    The new pockit is even smaller so that one won't be an issue. Need to look into nano more as it seems sometimes they say yes sometimes they say no have to check it in.

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    I have a yoyo and I I love its compact size and easy fold. It's a great stroller not just for travelling on a plane but also for general use. My kids sleep in it without issues even though it doesn't lie flat. It was definitely worth it having it on the plane while travelling overseas.


 

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