Sports equipment

Each checked baggage must not exceed 32kg

Sports equipment weight available online

Domestic -15kg/ 20kg/ 25kg/ 30kg/ 40kg
International - 20kg/ 25kg/ 30kg/ 40kg


Note:
- Any number of pieces is allowed with a combined weight not exceeding pre-book/airport weight.
- Excess baggage fee applies to every extra kg.

A. Sports equipment we accept

The following items will be charged with a sports equipment fee. All other sports equipment will be under the checked baggage allowance. The sporting equipment fee can be either pre-booked at a discounted rate online or at a standard rate at the airport check-in counters.

+ Golf

Golf equipment should be packed in a recognised golf case.

+ Surfboards

Your surfboard must not exceed 277cm/109inches in length.

+ Diving

  • One scuba regulator
  • Tank harness
  • Tank pressure gauge
  • Face mask
  • One pair of fins
  • Dive suit/vest
  • Bottle
  • Buoyancy control device (BCD)
  • Snorkel
  • Weight belt
  • One empty cylinder tank
Note: High intensity diving lamps and normal portable diving lamps i.e. torch lights , which contains rechargeable lead acid batteries, spillable or non-spillable will not be accepted on board our aircraft as check-in nor as hand baggage as it falls under Dangerous Goods Regulation.

+ Bicycle

Must be properly packed in a recognised bicycle bag or in a protective box/bag or in a plastic wrap. Whilst most bicycle bags comply with the standard dimensions, we will accept all single bicycle bags. Bicycles that are not packed in a bicycle bag or in a protective box/bag or in a plastic wrap will be refused. Only one (1) bicycle can be checked in per guest.

Preparing bicycles for travel
Handle Bars The handle bars must be turned in so that they are in alignment with the frame
Pedals The pedal should either be removed or checked-in this to prevent them causing damage to other bicycles or checked baggage
Gears The gears should be wrapped to protect them from damage
Tyres Must be deflated
Mudguards These can either be removed or again should be protected from damage
Loose items Any loose items e.g. pump, lights, water bottle etc.., must be securely fastened to the bicycle or removed and checked-in.

+ Ski/Snowboard

Ski/snowboard equipment should be packed in a recognised bag.

+ Cricket

You can bring one coffin/bag containing bats, wickets, pads and balls.

B. Sports equipment we accept as checked baggage

The following equipment are accepted as part of your check-in baggage.

+ Angling/Fishing

Fishing equipment can comprise of rods and reels contained in a case and one bag with fishing tackle, landing net and fishing boots.

+ Archery

You can bring one bag containing one bow, one quiver and your arrows.

+ Hockey

You can bring your hockey equipment in a standard team kit bag not exceeding maximum baggage dimensions. Your bag can contain sticks, balls and pads.

+ Lacrosse

You can bring one equipment bag containing lacrosse sticks.

+ Ten pin bowling

You can bring one non-rolling carry case containing bowling balls and shoes.

+ Tennis/Badminton

You can bring single or multiple racket kit bag containing your rackets and balls/shuttle.

+ Water skiing equipment

You can bring one water skiing bag containing one pair of standard water skis or one slalom water ski.

+ Windsurfing equipment

You can bring one windsurfing bag and the surfboard must not exceed 277cm/109inches in length.

+ All other sporting items

The following items should not be packed in sporting travel cases:
  1. Sport clothes
  2. Sports hold-alls and bags
  3. Smaller items or accessories such as football shin-pads

Sports equipment we do not accept

Due to large sizes and handling complexities, certain sporting equipment may not be able to go through airport baggage systems or fit in the aircraft hold and thus the following equipment will not be accepted for carriage:

  • Hang gliders
  • Sails
  • Kayaks, canoes and oars
  • Pole vaults
  • Javelins