Last Updated:
22 Aug 2012

Flying With Skis on Air Nostrum 2012

Air Nostrum Skis Policy 2012
Airline Name Air Nostrum
Category Skis
Accepts Skis Yes
Counts Toward Baggage Allowance Yes
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Air Nostrum Skis Policy

For the purposes of carriage, equipment for skiing on snow or water is defined as consisting of:
A monoski board or a pair of skis, a pair of poles and a pair of boots.
A pair of water skis of standard size or a slalom water ski.

Admittance to the flight:
All the components of skiing equipment must be suitably arranged and secured, so as to avoid disruption or damage when boarding or disembarking and during the flight.

Ski equipment is considered to be within the passenger's baggage allowance. If, as well as this piece a further piece or pieces are added, thus exceeding the number of pieces which can be carried free of charge, it will be considered as excess baggage.

For journeys originating in Brazil (on outbound and return), when the free baggage allowance is exceeded a fee of 81USD will be charged. If there is a second piece of ski equipment exceeding the baggage allowance a fee of 120USD will be charged.

*If the operating company is other than Iberia, you should consult them regarding their particular conditions of carriage and baggage allowance. On IB5000 (Vueling) point-to-point flights or on journeys where IB5000 flights connect with another IB5000, the cost will be EUR 45 per leg. © Copyright 2018 - Privacy - Disclaimer
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