|Aurigny Bikes Policy 2011|
|Counts Toward Baggage Allowance||Yes|
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Whenever space and payload permits Aurigny will endeavour to carry your sporting goods.
If your total baggage is within your 20kg allowance no additional charges will apply, except in the case of sporting weapons for which an administration charge of 35 EUR.
In the event of your combined personal baggage and sporting goods exceeding your 20kg free hold baggage allowance, a Sporting Goods charge (see http://www.aurigny.com/html/en/fChargesFees.asp?lang=EN) will be applied per person per sector which will increase your hold allowance by 20Kgs , these charges are non refundable. If your total baggage weight exceeds the combined 40kg allowance, normal Excess Baggage charges will be applied. Only one piece of sporting equipment will be considered for the Sporting Goods charge, any further pieces will be treated as excess baggage.
Sporting goods and any other baggage in excess of your free baggage allowance will be carried subject to payload. In the event of items travelling on a later flight than yourself, you will be responsible for collecting these from the destination airport.
Pre-booked Enhanced Baggage Allowance - Passengers may pre-book one additional bag, weighing up to a maximum 20kgs. This facility will be limited to a maximum 6 items on flights between CI and UK, and 10 items on Grenoble route. To prebook (up to 4 hours prior to travel) please call our Reservations department on Tel: +44 (0) 1481 822886.
This service is not available on inter-island services, operated by Trislander aircraft equipment.
Sporting goods are carried on a Limited Release basis only; Aurigny will not accept responsibility for accidental damage in transit.