Last Updated:
04 Jan 2018

Flying With Fishing Rods on Air Canada 2018

Air Canada Fishing Equipment Policy 2018
Airline Name Air Canada
Category Fishing Equipment
Accepts Fishing Equipment Yes
Counts Toward Baggage Allowance Yes
Cost See Policy
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Air Canada Fishing Equipment Policy

When packed separately, each of the following counts as one piece of baggage towards the maximum number of checked bags allowed by your fare type:

Fishing rod in rod case + tackle box
Tackle bag + reels
Landing net
Boots
Life jacket

One self-inflating life jacket per person is accepted in both carry-on and checked baggage provided:

It is fitted with a maximum of two small cylinders of carbon dioxide or another suitable gas in Division 2.2, and it is accompanied by no more than two spare cylinders.

Waivers / Charges
Fishing rod in rod case:

NO oversize or additional piece charges apply if carried with tackle box.

All other additional checked baggage rules apply.

Packing instructions
The fishing rod(s) must be packaged in a rigid and/or hard shell container specifically designed for shipping.

If otherwise packaged, items may be refused for carriage. Air Canada is not liable if and to the extent that any damage results from the inherent defect, quality or vice of the baggage.

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