Flying This Summer? Get a Smaller Stroller Photo: Shutterstock / The Bump
Travel alert for moms: According to MSNBC.com, American Airlines is implementing a new policy starting today that large, jogging and non-collapsible strollers must be left at check-in (luckily, it will be free to check them). Foldable and umbrella-style strollers under 20 pounds will still be allowed through security and will be gate-checked. So as long as you’ve got a lightweight option, you’re probably just fine. But we’re kind of worried about our friends with twins. This new rule could make things even tougher for them!
Do you think the new regulation makes sense? Or should any stroller be allowed through security?
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