Transporting Sports Equipment
From October 30th 2011 new rules, conditions and rates apply for transporting sports equipment.
We will be happy to transport your bicycle, windsurfing board or other sports equipment on our aircraft by prior arrangement.
If you wish to transport a bicycle on the aircraft, you must let us know when reserving your ticket. The request that the ticket sales agent includes with the reservation must be confirmed by the airline.
All sporting equipment will be measured by 3 categories depending on weight and size: small, medium, large. All pieces not mentioned in the enclosed list will be charged depending on the weight and/or size according to the matching category.
The charges specified always refer to a single route (charges should therefore be added up for outbound and return flights):
|SPECIFIC ITEM or OTHER ITEM WITH MAX. LENGTH/WEIGHT||Charge per piece - EUROPE||Charge per piece - ALL excluding Europe|
GOLF, SNOW SKI*, SNOWBOARD*, WATER SKI, ANGLING EQUIPMENT, OTHER ITEMS
(up to 15 kg weight and/or 1,4m length; exception: SKI up to 23kg and 2,00m length)
|35 EUR||70 EUR|
BIKES, TANDEM, SCUBA EQUIPM., VAULTING POLES, SURFBOARD, KITE
(16 - 32kg weight and/or 1,41-2,00m length)
|70 EUR||150 EUR|
WINDSURF, HANGGLIDER, KAYAK, KANU, SURF BOARD
(33 - 45kg weight and/or 2,01-2,50m length)
|150 EUR||300 EUR|
* - one pair of snow ski/snowboard, one pair of poles, one pair of boots ( even if in separate bags), one helmet.
* - On flights operated by Adria Airways, the 1st pair of snow ski/snowboard equipment is always free of charge.
These Free Baggage Allowances and prices for extra baggage apply when you check in with our ticket at our counter for our direct or online flights.
For interline flights the following steps will determine the rules/rates to be applied in carriage of baggage:
- If the published baggage provisions among all participating carriers are the same, these provisions will apply.
- Where the one or more published baggage provisions differ between participating carriers, apply any common provisions and where provisions differ the published baggage provisions of the Most Significant Carrier (MSC). (In case of code share flights this will be the Operating Carrier, unless that carrier publishes a rule stipulating that it will be the Marketing Carrier).
- If the MSC does not publish baggage provisions for the journey concerned, apply the published baggage provisions of the operating carrier.
- If the operating carrier does not publish baggage provisions for the interline journey concerned, apply the published baggage provisions of each operating airline sector-by-sector.