Last Updated:
08 Mar 2017

Flying with SCUBA Diving Equipment and Tanks on Hawaiian Airlines 2017

Hawaiian Airlines SCUBA Diving Equipment Policy 2017
Airline Name Hawaiian Airlines
Category SCUBA Diving Equipment
Accepts SCUBA Diving Equipment Yes
Counts Toward Baggage Allowance Yes
Cost See Policy
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Hawaiian Airlines SCUBA Diving Equipment Policy

Scuba Diving equipment will be accepted by Hawaiian Airlines as checked baggage, subject to the applicable fees. Scuba diving equipment will not be included in determining the free baggage allowance and will always be subject to the following charges.

Hawaiian Airlines SCUBA Diving Fees
The fee for transporting your Scuba equipment is dependent on the origin and destination of your flights.

Within the State of Hawaii - $35 USD
Between Hawaii and North America - $100 USD
Between Hawaii / North America and American Samoa - $150 USD
Between Hawaii / North America and Australia - $150 USD/AUD
Between Hawaii / North America and New Zealand - $150 USD
Between Hawaii / North America and China - $150 USD/900 CNY
Between Hawaii / North America and Japan - $150 USD/1,500 JPY
Between Hawaii / North America and Korea - $150 USD/150,000 KRW

On domestic flights, en route stopovers exceeding 4 hours may result in point to point charges being applicable.

On international flights, En route stopovers exceeding 24 hours may result in point to point charges being applicable.

All scuba diving equipment is limited to 50lbs/23kg, otherwise additional overweight fees will be charged.

Packing your SCUBA gear for Hawaiian Airlines flights
One item of SCUBA equipment defined as:

One scuba tank (must be empty)
One scuba regulator
One tank harness
One tank pressure gauge
One mask
Two fins
One snorkel
One knife
One spear gun
One safety vest

Please make sure your scuba tank’s regulator valve is completely disconnected from the cylinder and the cylinder is no longer sealed-it must be empty and have an open end so agents can visually inspect inside. If the regulator valve is attached and the cylinder is sealed, the tank cannot be accepted aboard the aircraft, regardless of the reading on the pressure gauge indicator.

Note: Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus (SCUBA) is not to be confused with Emergency Escape Breathing Devices (EEBD), also referred to as Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA). TSA requirements mean that we can only allow depleted EEBD or SCBA on board as part of your carryon baggage allowance and not as checked baggage.

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