|Air Canada Kitesurfing Equipment Policy 2018|
|Airline Name||Air Canada|
|Accepts Kitesurfing Equipment||Yes|
|Counts Toward Baggage Allowance||Yes|
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One board or one bag containing boarding equipment counts as one piece of baggage towards the maximum number of checked bags allowed by your fare type.
Maximum length: 203 cm (80 in)
Maximum linear dimensions (length + width + height): 292 cm (115 in)
Maximum weight: 32 kg (70 lb)
Air Canada Cargo handles the shipment of sleds that exceed the limits listed above.
Boards exceeding 203 cm (80 in) in length are not accepted on Air Canada or Air Canada Rouge flights, or on Air Canada Express flights operated by Jazz, Sky Regional, Air Georgian, and Exploits Valley Air.
In addition, kiteboards are not accepted on any Air Canada, Air Canada Rouge or Air Canada Express flights during additional checked baggage embargo periods.
Oversize charges apply if the board or board container is over 158 cm (62 in) in total linear dimensions (length + width + height).
Overweight charges apply if the board or board container is over 23 kg (50 lb).
All other additional checked baggage rules apply.
Items must be suitably packed in rigid and/or hard shell container specifically designed for shipping. If otherwise packaged, items may be refused for carriage. We’re not liable if and to the extent that any damage results from the inherent defect, quality or vice of the baggage.
Please note that 2 handling fees will be charged for 2 boards in the same bag!