Surfboard Baggage Allowances
change from airline to airline so it's important to do some research before you leave. Whether you're taking one board with you or a whole quiver of surfboards, it's good to have a rough idea about how much each airline charges for
before you get to the airport. Make sure you also have a good understanding of What's in your surf trip quiver
before choosing your boards.
Whether you're flying with QANTAS, Jetstar, Virgin, Air Asia, or others, it's important to know how much you're going to be charged for bringing your board on your surfing trip. Most airlines will require you use a surfboard travel bag
to help keep your board safe. If you take multiple boards you may face extra charges so taking a variety of surfboard fins
can help to give you a different feeling in your board without the hassle of bringing multiple boards. Surfboard baggage costs can vary dramatically so make sure you're aware of this and possibly even prepay your excess baggage fares so you don't get a big shock when arriving at the airport.
Run-down on each airlines coming soon! Let us know in the comments below about your good and bad experiences and who your favourite airline for surf travel is.