Last Updated:
20 Jan 2016

Flying with Kitesurfing Boards and Equipment on KLM 2016

KLM Kitesurfing Equipment Policy 2016
Airline Name KLM
Category Kitesurfing Equipment
Accepts Kitesurfing Equipment Yes
Counts Toward Baggage Allowance No
Cost See Policy
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KLM Kitesurfing Equipment Policy

Surf equipment may contain a (wind, kite, wave, boogie or body) surf board and must be packed in a surf board bag.

Windsurf equipment may consist of a board, mast, sail and boom and must be packed in 1 package, preferably in a ‘quiver bag’.

Kite surf equipment may consist of a board and a kite bag and must be packed in 1 package, preferably in a kite bag.

You can bring one of the above sets of surf equipment instead of a suitcase for flights operated by KLM and AIR FRANCE. You need to reserve for transportation of surf equipment if it is larger than 107 cm / 42 in. Your surf equipment (including bag) of max. 300 cm / 118 in may weigh max. 23 kg (50.5 lbs) in Economy Class, and max. 32 kg (70.5 lbs) in Business Class.

Check here for sport equipment fee details depending on your flight destination.

You need to pay an excess baggage fee for surf, wind surf or kite surf equipment longer than 107 cm (42 in).

Wind surf equipment may consist of a board, mast, sail and boom packed in 1 ‘quiver bag’

Surf equipment may weigh max. 23 kg (50.5 lbs) in Economy Class or 32 kg (70.5 lbs) in Business Class and have a max. length of 300 cm (78 in), regardless of width

https://surf.klm.com/#!/surfgearonboard

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