|Alaska Airlines SCUBA Diving Equipment Policy 2018|
|Airline Name||Alaska Airlines|
|Category||SCUBA Diving Equipment|
|Accepts SCUBA Diving Equipment||Yes|
|Counts Toward Baggage Allowance||Yes|
|View Regular Alaska Airlines Baggage Policies|
|View SCUBA Diving Equipment Policies for Other Airlines|
Alaska Airlines accepts SCUBA equipment as a piece of regular luggage. Standard checked bag fees apply, but the oversize and overweight fee is waived.
One piece of scuba equipment is defined as one scuba gear container and one tank. The scuba gear container is limited to one regulator, one tank harness, one pressure gauge, one mask, two fins, one snorkel, one knife, one spear gun and one safety vest. Scuba equipment may exceed 62" (linear) but no more than 115" (linear), without incurring an oversize fee.
Note: Scuba tanks must have the regulator valve disconnected. The tank must have an open end for visual inspection.
You may check Scuba equipment as multiple pieces, and it will be accepted as one checked piece. Refer to our Alaska Airlines Checked Baggage policy for checked piece, overweight, and oversize charges.