Flying with water sports equipment
If you're a natural water baby and are seeking out new wet and wild experiences around the world, you'll want to take your trusty water sports equipment with you. Baggage policies for water sports equipment vary depending on the airline, class you travel in, bag size, bag weight and even the destination you travel to and from, the rules are not always as clear to the traveller as they should be.
Purple Parking has gathered together flight information and baggage allowance tables, comparing the policies of 12 of the major airlines for the most popular water sports activities. Each table outlines the baggage limits to help travellers understand and calculate the additional cost to their holiday.
- Canoe and kayak airline fees and policy
- Diving equipment airline fees and policy
- Water skiing equipment airline fees and policy
- Surf and boogie board airline fees and policy
- Wind and kite surfs airline fees and policy
If there are any airlines or information not included here that you would like to know more about, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll include the most popular.