Last Updated:
03 Oct 2016

Flying with SCUBA Diving Equipment and Tanks on Turkish Airlines 2016

Turkish Airlines SCUBA Diving Equipment Policy 2016
Airline Name Turkish Airlines
Category SCUBA Diving Equipment
Accepts SCUBA Diving Equipment Yes
Counts Toward Baggage Allowance No
Cost See Policy
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Turkish Airlines SCUBA Diving Equipment Policy

A Scuba Diving set consists: Wetsuit, flippers, a diving mask, an empty tank bottle, regulator, backplate/Harness, BCD-jacket (Buoyancy compensator diving jacket), a diving lamp, snorkel, knife, lance and scuba life vest.

In addition, one diving equipment/set per person will be allowed without additional fees for departures from and arrivals to Male, Akabe, Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh, until 31.12.2016 for Seychelles until 31.12.2017. For second and more scuba diving sets, sports equipments and bicycle charges that are shown below will be charged.

America/South America/South Africa/CIS/Far East/Interline* - EUR 60
Europe/North Africa/Middle East - EUR 30
Africa/Asia - EUR 50

One diving equipment/set per person will be allowed without additional fees for departures from and arrivals to Akabe, Hurghada and Sharm El Sheikh, until 31.12.2016.

“If another airline is involved in your whole journey; the most significant carrier’s (MSC) baggage rule will be applied in according to RESO302 and MSC. MSC is assigned according to which airline operates the most significant and/or longest part of the journey.

For carriage with points of destination and arrival outside of Turkey, one-way charges for flights departing Turkey or Ercan are totalled and applied.

Example: Carriage of a piece of sports equipment in journey Chicago-Istanbul-Tunis (CHI-IST-TUN / One way) is charged as follows: Chicago-Istanbul: 60 Euro + Istanbul-Tunis: 30 Euro, total payable: 90 Euro.

Up to and including March 31 2016, we will carry your first set of diving and surfing equipment, free of charge, on both outbound and inbound flights of journeys departing from Tel Aviv to Colombo. For stopovers of over 24 hours in Turkey, we charge the sports equipment fees below. One set of diving equipment includes: diving suit, fins, mask, one empty scuba tank (oxygen cylinder), scuba regulator, harness, cylinder pressure gauge, buoyancy compensator (BCD jacket), underwater light, snorkel, knife, harpoon and life jacket.

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