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Stroller Bag

New Arrival

Can someone please tell what the measurements are for the Southwest Stroller bag? I ordered a gate check bag from amazon.com and the bag is too short . I am wondering if the bag from southwest will fit my stroller.

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Re: Stroller Bag

Retired Community Manager
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Hi @kelly5701,

 

The dimensions for the Southwest Stroller Bag are 48" x 20.5" x 12.5.” We hope to see you and your little one onboard soon!

 

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Re: Stroller Bag

New Arrival

How much do they cost?

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Re: Stroller Bag

Retired Community Manager

@mpometto,

 

 

Stroller bags are available for purchase at the airport for $15.00.

 

 

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Re: Stroller Bag

New Arrival

Does my stroller have to have a bag or can I check it as-is? Also, is there a way to check backless booster seats? 

Thank you!

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Re: Stroller for puppies

New Arrival

cant pet strollers  be stored on board

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Re: Stroller Bag

Retired Community Manager

Hi Everyone! 

 

I wanted to provide an updated link to the stroller bag in our Southwest Store. You can now purchase it here for $17.

 

 

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Re: Stroller Bag

New Arrival

Hi, if I check my stroller at the gate, when do I get it back? Is it as soon as the plane lands at the destination and we get off? 

Thanks.

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Re: Stroller Bag

Top Contributor

@ashleydphn wrote:

Hi, if I check my stroller at the gate, when do I get it back? Is it as soon as the plane lands at the destination and we get off? 

Thanks.


Yes, you'll get off of the plane and immediately in the jet bridge the stroller should be brought up and left in the equivalent position where you dropped it at the destination. Don't go up the jet bridge without it, you are meant to pick it up right away and roll on out to the concourse.

 

We usually wait at least halfway through debording to get up or else we get there first, then you will be standing in the way of everyone else leaving the plane.

 

If you have a connecting flight you may gate check for the connection or all the way to the destination, make sure both you and Southwest are expecting the same thing to happen - verify the tag that they put on it.

 

Retrieving it at the connecting flight will mean you have to gate check it again before boarding the next leg.

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