|Copa Airlines Fishing Equipment Policy 2016|
|Airline Name||Copa Airlines|
|Accepts Fishing Equipment||Yes|
|Counts Toward Baggage Allowance||Yes|
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Copa Airlines allows the transport of one piece of fishing equipment per passenger as checked luggage. Accepted fishing equipment includes two fishing rods, a spool, a fishing net, a pair of fishing boots, and a tackle box.
Below you will find a list of considerations that may be useful to you upon packing your fishing equipment for the flight:
All items must be packed in their corresponding boxes in a suitable container that does not exceed a total of 115 linear inches (292 cm) (length + width + height).
Fishing equipment cannot exceed 80 inches (203 cm) in length.
Fishing equipment may be subject to charges when it is the first or second piece of luggage.
Current excess luggage fees will apply to all transported fishing equipment when in addition to allowed luggage. The equipment will be considered a single piece of luggage independently of whether or not it is presented as such.
Copa Airlines does not take responsibility for any damages that may occur to fishing equipment.