On a package deal with Thomas cook tomorrow to Reus. We have a 4yr and would like to take a pushchair can we check this in for free
If your kid already has a wheelchair that you want to carry on the plane, it will be treated as a carry-on.
We have a pushchair not a wheelchair.
I think they mean what we call a stroller.
A 4yo with a stroller/pushchair?
Thomas Cook allow a stroller for 2yrs and under.
<<Google is your friend :)>>
But is it your friend?
That link refers to children under the age of 2.
The OP's child is 4 years old.
From Thomas Cook Airlines FAQ's.
Q. 'Can I take my child's buggy or pushchair with me?'
A. If you are travelling with a child aged 2 years and over, you are able to take a pushchair/buggy free of charge, along with a car seat if required.
The fact that the guidelines say child under 2, it would seem to me that for a four year old it becomes part of a luggage allowance. After all most 4 year olds walk!
Unless they actually need a wheelchair id have thought a 4 year old would have mastered using their feet.
I can't imagine why a 4 yr old would need a pushchair in Spain. They'll walk for ages at that age. My son wouldn't have been seen dead in one lol.Edited: 13 June 2018, 19:03