We flew from New York’s LaGuardia Airport to Miami before heading off for our final destination. Upon arrival in Miami, I noticed that something was wrong with our stroller and it turned out that it had gotten broken along the way.
Our recent flight to Grenada was one of the odder ones that we’ve been on in quite some time.
When I originally booked our award flight with AAdvantage miles, the only award availability had us flying from New York’s LaGuardia Airport (LGA) to Philadelphia. We then had a tight connection for our next flight to Miami where we’d have an almost three-hour layover before flying to Grenada.
At just $15, the stroller bag seemed like a bargain. While looking up car seat and stroller bags on Amazon, I saw that many bags did sell in a price range of $12-$25 give or take. You could also just use a laundry bag for your car seat which could be bought for just a couple of dollars. Continue reading Updates to Southwest’s Reusable Car Seat/ Stroller Bag→
We sure could’ve used this for our last flight with Southwest.
During our flight to Dallas, we had to catch another flight through Chicago’s Midway Airport. We picked up Lucas car seat and stroller at the gate and noticed that the car seat was filthy. It was damp and covered in a white, soapy substance.
At first we couldn’t imagine what it was. It seemed to be a bit soapy. We then had an idea of what it could be. Prior to take off from New York, our plane had to be de-iced. Out came the trucks shooting a white foam onto the wings of the plane. Could it be that our car seat had de-icing foam on it?