Last Updated:
10 Jan 2018

Flying with SCUBA Diving Equipment and Tanks on ArkeFly 2018

ArkeFly SCUBA Diving Equipment Policy 2018
Airline Name ArkeFly
Category SCUBA Diving Equipment
Accepts SCUBA Diving Equipment Yes
Counts Toward Baggage Allowance Yes
Cost See Policy
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ArkeFly SCUBA Diving Equipment Policy

Diving equipment comprises a wetsuit, jacket, socks, mask, shoes, flippers, knife, empty compressed air tank and regulator.

- The diving bottles must be empty and will only be carried if there is room for them.

- Nitrogen harpoons may not be carried.

- Underwater lamps may be carried as hand luggage, as long as you have removed the battery or the light bulb from the lamp. The on/off switch must be fixed in the 'off position'. This because diving lamps can contain rechargeable lead acid batteries, which generate extreme heat in a pressurized cabin.

- You should not dive during within 24 hours before your flight, in order to avoid the risk of decompression sickness.

Dive lights and diving scooters must be registered by contacting the TUI fly Service Centre

Air tanks used for diving must be completely empty.

Diving equipment is included in the luggage allowance system. If the total weight of the hold luggage and the diving equipment exceeds the luggage allowance, these excess kilos will be subject to the standard excess luggage charge.

Weight belt, empty compressed air bottles, suit and accessories
Fee per route: 65 EUR
Registration required: Yes

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