These items are considered as part of the free baggage allowance. Remember that the sum of their three dimensions must not exceed 230 cm (90 inches) and its weight may not exceed 23 kg (50 lbs.) If you exceed these characteristics, they will be subject to space availability (Conditional/stand-by bag).
All equipment and their components must be properly protected for the trip.
For diving equipment, high intensity underwater lamps will be accepted only if the component that generates heat and the battery been packaged separately. All the batteries that have been removed must be protected against short circuits. Tanks must also travel empty.
Sporting equipment with extra charge
Extra cost applies for shipping on international flights.
Within Colombia and Peru (except for international connections) the combination of one piece of baggage and a bag with a maximum weight of 23 kg (50 lbs.) without charge is allowed. If you exceed the weight limit, the charges for excess baggage or extra piece apply as appropriate.
You can check the first bag (paying the respective fee) as part of your baggage and take a maximum of three boards in one bag per passenger with a maximum weight of 32 kg (70 lbs.) and up to 3.7 meters (12 feet) long.*
*From September 1, 2013 to March 30, 2014, on routes to and from Peru, the first bag with a maximum weight of 23 kilos (50 lbs.) can be checked as part of the free baggage allowance, as long as it does not exceed the conditions of the free baggage allowance of the route in which you’re traveling. If it exceeds these characteristics it’ll be subject to space availability (Conditional/stand-by bag).
For other international destinations USD 100 will be charged.
Charges for surfboards and kitesurf boards with regional airlines
A maximum of one board is allowed per passenger, which must be less than 2 meters long.
On flights operated by Cessna Caravan aircraft, the board must be transported outside its bag.
On flights operated by ATR aircraft only one board per bag is allowed.
On flights operated by Embraer 190 planes you can take surf boards up to a maximum of 1.8 meters long.
A fee of USD 30 must be paid at the domestic airport (according to the destination: Honduras, Costa Rica and/or Guatemala).
Damaged packaging, or packaging that does not resist handling will not be accepted. Damaged sporting equipment will not be accepted.
Sports equipment where the sum of the three dimensions exceed 230 centimeters (90 inches) or weighing more than 45 kg (100 lbs.) may only be transported by our freight service, subject to existing policies.
If the sporting item is checked as a piece of baggage in addition to the free baggage allowance a charge per extra piece will apply and it will be checked subject to space availability (Conditional/stand-by bag).