|Alaska Airlines Surfboards Policy 2018|
|Airline Name||Alaska Airlines|
|Counts Toward Baggage Allowance||Yes|
|View Regular Alaska Airlines Baggage Policies|
|View Surfboards Policies for Other Airlines|
Alaska Airlines is one of the most surfboard friendly airlines in the US. It accepts surfboards as a piece of checked luggage, with a maximum of 2 boards inside. Regular baggage fees apply, but there are no additional oversize or overweight fees that will be charged. Please note that size limits differ depending on which size airplane you are flying on, with different limits applied based on the flight number.
Surfboard Rules on Alaska Airlines
One item of surfing or paddle equipment is defined as a surfboard or paddleboard case with up to two boards inside. On Alaska Airlines flights operated with 737 or Airbus aircraft the equipment may measure a maximum 115" (9 ft., 7 in.) in length alone. On Alaska Airlines flights 2000-2999 and 3330-3499 the maximum combined dimensions may not exceed 115" (linear).
Refer to the Alaska Airlines Checked Baggage page for checked piece, overweight and oversize charges