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    If I'm not mistaken you can bring it on flight but not through cargo (as checked in baggage).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neversoft View Post
    Nice! I saw that some people had asked Ryan Air on Twitter, and they said while they don't have restrictions up to a limit, it's down to airport security. I didn't think mine would be a problem, but thought it best to check. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neversoft View Post
    My friend, I seek your guidance. Are power banks typically allowed on flights? I'm seeing conflicting responses. Mine is only 5200mAh. It has been almost a decade since I last set foot on an aeroplane.
    Apologies for the late reply Yeah Powerbanks are fine. There are limits on how many watt hours your batteries can be. But nobody cares/checks those

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    I suggest you just pay the 25. It isn't going to break you. Pack your items in your luggage along with your toiletries. Don't pack a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrettyLoven View Post
    I suggest you just pay the 25. It isn't going to break you. Pack your items in your luggage along with your toiletries. Don't pack a lot.
    I'm already in Ireland. Didn't pay anything extra - you're allowed a small bag on board and another below 10kg in the hold for free, but honestly they didn't even properly check. I could have easily brought both on board. I already paid 400+ just to go to the wedding, so I think 25 and anything extra is absolutely worth saving whether it would break the bank or not.

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