Special Items

Special Items
Are Baggage, Too 


We know that your baggage doesn't always fit neatly into a suitcase or regular-sized bag. That's why we accommodate baggage of all shapes and sizes. When you arrive at the airport baggage counter, we will determine if your item requires special care, and/or additional fees. Each special item counts as one bag.

Fragile, Bulky & Other Items

Should you check it? Carry it on? Buy it a seat of its own? Learn everything you need to know about bringing fragile, bulky or other untraditional items with you.

Carrying On or Checking Fragile Items

Fragile items that meet all the requirements are allowed as carry-on or checked baggage, and may involve signing a Limited Liability Release Form at the airport. Please see our limited liability policy.

Cabin-seat Baggage

Traveling with something too large and/or too fragile to check or put in the overhead bin? You have the option of purchasing a ticket at the best available fare for your fragile item. You can then store your item in any passenger seat with a physical bulkhead or divider in front of the compartment. Contact Reservations for fee information.

To fit into a seat, your fragile/bulky item(s) must:

  • Not exceed 100 lbs. (45 kgs).
  • Not restrict access to, or use of, any required emergency or regular exits or aisle of the cabin.
  • Not obscure any passenger's view of the seatbelt, no smoking, or exit signs.
  • Not contain dangerous goods.
  • Be securable with a seatbelt to avoid shifting during the flight.
  • Be packaged or covered safely to avoid potential injury to passengers.
  • Be secured in a seat in the same cabin as the owner, and preferably next to the owner.

Media Bags

Camera, film, video tape, lighting and sound equipment that is tendered by representatives of network or local television broadcasting companies or commercial film-making companies will be accepted as baggage at the fees noted below. Valid photo ID with company insignia is required.

 

1st Bag

2nd Bag

Additional Bags

*CAD amount will be charged exit Canada, and EUR amount will be charged exit Europe.
**All baggage charges are each-way. Maximum number of bags on Delta aircraft is 25. Maximum number of bags on Delta Connection carriers is four. Total linear inches equals length plus width plus height per bag.
***For all ticketing and travel on or after March 12, 2012.

Note: The first bag fee for tickets purchased in Brazil or purchased in Japan for travel to/from Brazil is $50.

Domestic

Same as regular baggage allowance if no more than 50 lbs. (23 kg)/62 inches. If overweight / oversize, flat media rate of 50 USD/CAD/EUR* applies.

Same as regular baggage allowance if no more than 50 lbs. (23 kg)/62 inches. If overweight / oversize, flat media rate of 50 USD/CAD/EUR* applies.

3rd-25th bags 50 USD/CAD/EUR* each if no more than 100 lbs. (45 kg) and 115 total linear inches*

International

Free, if less than 50 lbs. (23 kg) and 62 inches. If overweight / oversize, flat media rate of 50 USD/CAD/EUR* applies.

Same as regular baggage allowance if under 50 lbs. (23 kg)/62 inches. If overweight / oversize flat media rate of 50 USD/CAD/EUR* applies.

3rd-25th checked bags 50 USD/CAD/EUR* each if under 100 lbs. (45 kg) and 115 total linear inches** (Exception: maximum weight to/from Europe is 70 lbs. [30 kg])

Europe & North Africa***

Free, if less than 50 lbs. (23 kg) and 62 inches. If overweight / oversize, flat media rate of 70 USD/CAD* or 50 EUR* applies.

Same as regular baggage allowance if under 50 lbs. (23 kg)/62 inches. If overweight / oversize flat media rate of 70 USD/CAD* or 50 EUR* applies.

3rd-25th checked bags 70 USD/CAD* or 50 EUR* each if under 100 lbs. (45 kg) and 115 total linear inches** (Exception for travel to/from Europe: maximum weight is 70 lbs. [30 kg])

Christmas Trees

Who are we to turn away holiday spirit? We allow cut Christmas trees as limited release baggage  on all flights within the United States, including flights to/from Hawaii. However, all Christmas trees will be subject to baggage allowance and size guidelines, as well as some other rules:

  • Trees need to be adequately packaged with the root ball or cut base and all branches wrapped and secured using a burlap type material.
  • If you are traveling into Hawaii and checking a Christmas tree as baggage, you must include it on your declaration form and the tree must pass agricultural inspection.

Fragile/Limited Liability Release Items

We will accept certain fragile or perishable items without a limited liability release as long as the item:

  • Is packaged in the original factory-sealed container
  • Includes internal protective packing material
  • Is typically designed for shipping

Items that are not appropriately packaged, and are not assistive devices, will only be accepted upon completion of a limited liability release.

Assistive devices will be accepted regardless of the packaging. However, we reserve the right to complete a limited liability release noting pre-existing damage. We will also request the passenger's signature on the limited liability release form. Passengers presenting assistive devices as checked baggage are encouraged to purchase excess valuation.

For more information about limited liability release and excess valuation, visit Declaring Baggage Value.

Cremated Remains

You can carry on or check cremated remains. A death or cremation certificate is required. If you'd like to carry them on with you, they must pass through the x-ray machine. If the container is metal and prevents the screener from clearly being able to see what’s inside, it will not be allowed through the security checkpoint. TSA suggests you purchase a temporary or permanent crematory container of lighter material such as wood or plastic, which can easily be x-rayed. TSA is not allowed to open the container under any circumstance. You can check cremated remains, as long as they pass through security screening. Normal bag fees apply.

Computers

Computers or computer-related equipment are not allowed as checked baggage. You can, of course, bring your laptop computers as carry-on.

 

Examples of Fragile & Bulky Items

 

Amplifiers
Animal Trophies
Antiques
Bicycles
Blueprints
Cameras
Car Seats
Ceramics

China
Counters
Crystal
Fishing Rods
Flowers
Mirrors
Musical Equipment
Paintings

Plants
Projectors
Sculptures
Strollers
Stuffed Animals
Tennis Racquets
Trophies
Wines

Imported Merchandise

We allow the importation of certain merchandise when accompanied by an ATA Carnet document, a special international customs document used for the temporary duty-free importation of certain merchandise, whether accompanied or not, into participating countries for one year.

Customs officials in over 75 participating countries accept the Carnet as a guarantee that all customs duties and excise tax will be paid if any of the items covered are not re-exported within the time period allowed.

The ATA Carnet convention provides for the following categories of goods:

  • Commercial samples — any item temporarily imported solely for the purpose of being shown   or demonstrated for the purpose of solicitation of those items.
  • Professional equipment — any equipment necessary to perform a job. This includes, but is not limited to, equipment for the press or television, advertising, cinematographer, testing or repair of machinery, tools or sporting goods, engineering, construction, surgical, electrical, archaeological, musical, or entertainment.
  • Exhibitions & fairs — This includes, but is not limited to, a trade, agricultural or crafts exhibition, or similar show, an exhibition or meeting primarily organized for a charitable purpose or an exhibition to promote any branch of learning, art, craft, sport, scientific, educational or cultural activity.

Carnets do not cover consumable goods, disposable items or postal traffic. Special TECRO/AIT Carnets allow for the duty-free entry of commercial samples and professional equipment into Taiwan.

To find out if a specific country accepts ATA Carnets or for more information, please contact:

United States Council for International Business
1212 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10036
Phone: 212-354-4480
Fax: 212-944-0012
www.uscib.org
atacarnet@uscib.org

Infant & Children's Items

We try to make traveling with kids as easy and convenient as possible. So, before you head out to the airport with your little one in tow, find out how much of your child's baggage you can bring onboard the plane with you and what items can be checked. Also, learn more about the guidelines for child restraint seats and other items.

Children's Baggage Allowance

Children’s baggage allowances are based in part by the fare paid for their travel. See the guidelines below.

Unticketed Infant/Child

If children are traveling for free, they don’t have a baggage allowance. So any baggage for the child counts as part of the adult's baggage allowance.

Ticketed Infant/Child

  • Children traveling on an international ticket that is 10% of the adult fare are allowed one checked bag up to 20lbs. (10kg) with a maximum outside dimension (length+width+height) of 45 inches, plus one checked fully collapsible stroller or push-chair.
  • Children traveling on a ticket that is 50% or more of the adult fare, children are entitled to the standard baggage allowance.
  • See Child Fares and Ticketing for Delta's current policy on special fares & discounts.

Strollers & Child Restraint Seats

Children’s strollers and seat restraints are not counted as part of the standard baggage and therefore can easily be checked for free. For your convenience these items may be checked at curbside, the ticket counter, or at the gate.

Child restraint seats may be brought on board the plane in certain circumstances. For instance, if there is an open passenger seat in your row, you may place your child in an FAA-approved child restraint in that seat during take-off and landing. If an empty passenger seat is not available for your child restraint, the item must be checked at the gate by a Delta representative.

Other Carry-On Baby Items

In addition to the one bag carry-on allowance, passengers may bring the following infant items onto the plane as an additional free item:

  • Booster seat or other infant seat
  • Bassinet

Please be aware that if you are bringing your baby’s bassinet or infant seat as carry-on baggage, it must be secured tightly by a seatbelt to be stored on an aircraft seat. The item must also meet carry-on size restrictions.

If children are traveling for free, they don’t have a baggage allowance. So any baggage for the child counts as part of the adult's baggage allowance.

Medical Supplies & Equipment

Medical supplies or equipment are allowed on board as additional items at no extra charge. Some medical items can be carried on the plane, as an "additional carry-on item", as long as they meet the standard size and weight limits. If your supplies/equipment are included in a larger bag that contains other non-essential items, that bag will not be considered a free item, and will be subject to normal baggage fees.

Breathing Apparatus

A self-contained breathing apparatus used by emergency rescue units is allowed as checked baggage as long as the unit's weight does not exceed 150 lbs. (68kgs). Please contact Reservations 24 hours in advance to let us know that you will be bringing a breathing apparatus along with you on your trip. Information about onboard medical oxygen is found in our section on Services for Travelers with Disabilities.

Needles/Syringes

Needles and syringes are permitted in carry-on baggage as long as they are accompanied with medication that have a professionally printed label identifying the medication, manufacturer’s name and/or pharmaceutical label.

Personal Wheelchairs

We transport all types of personal wheelchairs, including folding, collapsible, non-folding manual and electric/battery-powered wheelchairs, electric-powered carts and scooters, one additional wheelchair battery, crutches, braces or other prosthetic devices provided it is on the same flight with the passenger who is dependent on the device.

We ask that you let us know about your wheelchair transportation needs at least forty-eight hours advance notice, and that you check in at the ticket counter at least one hour ahead of departure if you need to check any battery-powered equipment. We need this time to ensure your equipment meets all federal "dangerous goods"  handling requirements.

Cabin Stowage

We can stow collapsible personal wheelchairs onboard if it meets the size and weight restrictions for the approved storage space on the aircraft (you can make a request when you are pre-boarded). Not all aircraft stowage locations accommodate all sizes of wheelchairs. We limit the number of personal wheelchairs to one personal wheelchair per flight. Wheelchairs stowed onboard have priority over other carry-on items except those of "through passengers".

Checking Your Wheelchair

You can check your wheelchair either at the ticket counter or at the gate. If your checking powered equipment requires disassembly at the ticket counter, we can arrange for proper handling. We have wheelchair equipment you can use after checking your personal wheelchair. Detachable items such as seat cushions and footrests can be carried onboard or checked with the wheelchair in the cargo compartment.

If you prefer, you can arrange to have us check your personal wheelchair at the departing gate and return it at the destination gate when you arrive, or at a connecting airport. Just let us know in advance. You should be aware that the time between connecting flights may be insufficient to provide this service during layover, especially if disassembly and re-assembly of your wheelchair is required. If time is a factor, we recommend that you take advantage of our wheelchair service instead.

Battery-Powered Wheelchairs Allowed Without Disconnection

In order to transport your wheelchair or scooter without disconnecting the battery, your wheelchair or mobility aid must possess a defect-free battery in a rigid compartment that is integral to the device, as well as an effective method of preventing accidental activation during transport. This would include:

  • inserting charger (effectively disengages power to the battery)
  • turning key off, removing the key (note — the key may be required to transport the chair to the ramp for loading on the aircraft)
  • turning a kill switch
  • removing a power arm
  • taping a switch in closed position (see owner's manual if available)

There are still circumstances that require the battery be disconnected. If that is the case, our employees may need instructions. Please attach assembly/disassembly instructions, and your wheelchair's battery type (if you know), to the wheelchair. These are the different battery types:

  • Wet-cell/Spillable
  • Dry-cell/Non-spillable
  • Lithium-ionnot permitted as checked or carry-on baggage 

If you have any questions, please contact Reservations and ask to be connected to the CRO Desk. Once you're at the airport, you can ask any Delta representative for assistance.

Delta Connection Carriers Cargo Dimensions

Due to the size of the cargo compartment doors on regional jets and other smaller aircraft operated by our Delta Connection partners, some wheelchairs may not fit into the cargo compartment. If you plan to travel on Atlantic Southeast Airlines, Chautauqua, Compass, Mesaba, Endeavor, Shuttle America and Skywest with your wheelchair, please review the dimensions below to see whether it will fit into these cargo compartments.

Please provide your wheelchair dimensions (height x width x depth) to Delta Reservations or your travel agent, in advance, for us to have in your travel record.

Removable parts such as footrests, headrests, cushions, removable armrests, etc. may be removed prior to measuring.

 

Carrier

Aircraft Type

Cargo Door Size

 

ExpressJet™

43"W x 33"H

43"W x 33"H

43"W x 33"H

Chautauqua

39"W x 43"H

Compass

39"W x 53"H

39"W x 53"H

Mesaba

43"W x 33"H

43"W x 33"H

Endeavor

43"W x 33"H

43"W x 33"H

Shuttle America

39"W x 53"H

39"W x 53"H

Skywest

43"W x 33"H

43"W x 33"H

43"W x 33"H

Musical Instruments

Musical instruments and/or equipment are accepted as checked baggage, carry-on baggage or cabin-seat baggage — depending on its size and shape — on Delta and Delta Connection® carriers flights¹. Please help us to keep your instrument safe by bringing it in a hard-shell case.

What Instruments Can I Check?

Musical instruments or equipment can be checked if the total linear dimension (length + width + height) does not exceed 115 inches (292 cm), and provided the weight, including the case, does not exceed 100 lbs. (45 kg).

See standard rules and fees for overweight and oversized baggage.

What Instruments Can I Carry On?

Guitars and other smaller musical instruments, such as violins, will be accepted as your free carry-on baggage item on Delta and Delta Connection® carriers flights¹. These items must easily fit in the overhead bin or other approved storage location in the cabin, based on available space at the time of boarding. Musical instruments may be gate claimed at the discretion of the passenger and as a result of limited overhead space.

What Instruments Might Need Their Own Seat?

You may purchase a full fare ticket for an item that you feel is too fragile to be handled as checked baggage. You may stow the baggage in any passenger seat with a bulkhead or divider in front of the compartment. The following restrictions apply. The item must:

  • not exceed 100 lbs. (45 kg)
  • be packaged or covered in a way to avoid injury to other passengers
  • be properly secured by a seatbelt to avoid shifting during flight
  • not restrict access to, or use of, any required emergency or regular exits or aisle of the cabin
  • not obscure any passenger's view of seatbelt, no smoking or exit signs
  • not contain dangerous goods
  • be secured in a seat in the same cabin as the owner and preferably next to the owner

 For pricing information, contact Reservations.

1Codeshare partner baggage policies may differ. Not valid for travel to and from the United Kingdom.

Perishables

Perishable items (both edible and non-edible) are allowed onboard, as part of your carry-on baggage allowance, provided there is no violation of agricultural restrictions for the destination country.

Perishable items include:

  • fresh or frozen foods, fruits, and vegetables
  • meats, fish, poultry, or bakery products
  • flowers of varying sorts including cut flowers, floral displays, and vegetable plants

If any of your items do not fit within our size or weight restrictions for carry-on baggage, we will accept it within your checked baggage allowance once a limited liability release form has been completed at the airport. Delta is not responsible for any perishable item that spoils or goes bad during its journey in cargo.

Sports Equipment

You can bring most sports equipment with you on your trip, though extra baggage fees may apply to oversized or overweight items. If you don't see your item below, then normal baggage allowances, fees and handling policies apply.

Antlers

Fees per animal rack/antler

  • 150 USD/CAD or 105 EUR* for travel to all regions (excluding Brazil)
  • 100 USD for travel to/from Brazil

*CAD amount will be charged exit Canada, and EUR amount will be charged exit Europe.

Space must be available, and the following restrictions apply:

  • Antlers must be free of residue, the skull must be wrapped and the tips protected.
  • Linear dimension (length + width + height) cannot exceed 115 inches (292 cm).
  • Antler/animal rack cannot exceed 100 lbs.
  • Antlers will be accepted on Delta Connection flights only if space is available.

In some cases, there may not be space available for antlers to travel on the same plane with you. These will be held at the local baggage service office or can be delivered for a fee. Contact Reservations for more information.

Archery

Archery equipment is allowed only as checked baggage. All equipment must be in a durable protective container.

Items in excess of the baggage allowance will be subject to additional, overweight, and oversized baggage fees.

Bicycles

Non-motorized touring or racing bicycles with single seats are allowed as checked baggage on most flights with the exception of some Delta Connection® carriers and other aircraft that may have different limits due to cargo constraints. Linear dimensions must not exceed 115 linear inches (292 cm) — no oversized fees apply. Bicycles over 70 lbs will be charged the applicable excess weight fee. Bicycles over 100 lbs will not be accepted.

Bicycle Transport Fees

  • 150 USD/CAD* for travel to all regions (excluding Brazil, Europe & North Africa)
  • 150 USD/CAD* or 105 EUR* for travel to/from Europe & North Africa
  • 75 USD for travel to/from Brazil

*CAD amount will be charged exit Canada, and EUR amount will be charged exit Europe.

Your bike must be packaged in a container (cardboard, canvas, hard shell, etc.) in one of the following ways:

  • handlebars fixed sideways and pedals removed
  • handlebars and pedals encased in plastic, Styrofoam or other similar material

Boogie Boards

  • All travel regions excluding Brazil: normal bag fees apply, see Baggage Fee Chart
  • Travel to/from Brazill: normal bag fees apply, see Baggage Fee Chart
  • Boogie boards smaller than or equal to 43 inches (107 cm) will be accepted as part of the regular baggage allowance.
  • Must be packaged in an appropriate boogie board bag/case

Canoes/Kayaks

Canoes and kayaks are not allowed.

Fishing Equipment

Fishing poles up to 115 linear inches (292 cm) are allowed as checked baggage as long as they are contained safely. Oversized baggage fees will apply for items over 62 linear inches (158 cm). All standard baggage charges apply.

Golfing Equipment

One golf bag is allowed as checked baggage. Checked baggage fees may apply based on travel region and total number of checked bags. Overweight baggage fees apply to bags that exceed 50 lbs. Oversized baggage fees will be waived for golf bags that exceed 62 linear inches, but bags exceeding 115 linear inches are not allowed.

One item of golfing equipment is defined as: 

  • one golf bag containing one set of golf clubs
  • golf balls and tees; and
  • one pair of golf shoes.

Golf clubs are allowed under the following conditions:

  • golf bag is packaged within a hard-shell case
  • golf bag is packaged within a soft-sided golf club travel bag after a limited release has been signed
  • Delta is not responsible for damage noted at the time of check-in or damage due to over-packing the bag

Hockey and Lacrosse Equipment

Hockey and Lacrosse equipment will be allowed as checked baggage only. Standard baggage fees and policies apply. Based on purchase date of ticket, other fees may apply as well. One item of hockey/lacrosse equipment is defined as one equipment bag plus two hockey or lacrosse sticks (taped together). If the total weight of the equipment is over 50 lbs. and/or over 80 linear inches (203 cm), special baggage fees will apply.

Javelins/Vaulting Poles

Javelins/Vaulting poles are allowed. There is no limit on the length of the pole, but oversized baggage fees will be applied to poles exceeding 80 linear inches (203 cm).

Kiteboards

  • 150 USD/CAD or 105 EUR* for travel to all regions (excluding Brazil)
  • 100 USD for travel to/from Brazil
  • Boards over 115 linear inches will not be accepted
  • Kiteboards will not be accepted as part of the passenger's baggage allowance
  • All kiteboard equipment is accepted up to 70 pounds at a flat rate 
  • Kiteboards are allowed up to two (2) boards perbag
  • Kiteboards are not accepted on flights operated by Express Jet

*CAD amount will be charged exit Canada, and EUR amount will be charged exit Europe.

Kneeboards/Wakeboards

  • All travel regions excluding Brazil: normal bag fees apply, see Baggage Fee Chart
  • Travel to/from Brazill: normal bag fees apply, see Baggage Fee Chart
  • Standard baggage policies apply, subject to size and weight restrictions and fees
  • Must be packaged in an appropriate kneeboard/wakeboard bag/case

Parachutes

Sport parachutes are accepted as carry-on baggage only, provided that none of the items are classified as dangerous goods (Example: pressurized oxygen cylinders).

Scuba Equipment

One dive bag containing scuba equipment other than an empty dive tank is allowed as checked baggage. An empty dive tank is allowed with a USD150 USD200 fee each way. The maximum outside linear dimensions may exceed 62 linear inches (158 cm), but oversized baggage fees will be applied. Tanks weighing over 70 lbs will be charged the applicable excess weight fee. Tanks exceeding 100 lbs or 115 linear inches are not allowed.

Scuba Equipment Fees

  • 150 USD/CAD or 105 EUR* for travel to all regions (excluding Brazil)
  • 100 USD for travel to/from Brazil

*CAD amount will be charged exit Canada, and EUR amount will be charged exit Europe.

Scuba equipment that exceeds standard baggage allowance will be assessed the appropriate fee based on destination.

Shooting Equipment

Shooting equipment is allowed as checked baggage only. It must fit within the very specific criteria that we outline below.

  • Declare to the Delta representative that you are checking a firearm.
  • Declare the existence of a firearm to security personnel if there's a security checkpoint before the Delta counter.
  • All firearms must be declared by the passenger to a Delta representative at the main ticket counter.
  • Present firearm(s) unloaded and sign a "Firearms Unloaded" declaration.
  • Firearms must be packed in a locked manufacturer's hard-sided container specifically designed for the firearm, a locked hard–sided gun case or a locked hard-sided piece of luggage. Handguns may be packed in a locked hard-sided gun case, and then packed inside an unlocked soft-sided piece of luggage. However, a Conditional Acceptance Tag must be used in this case.
  • Maintain entry permits in your possession for the country or countries of destination or transit.
  • Ensure small arms ammunition is packed in the manufacturer's original package or securely packed in fiber, wood, plastic or metal boxes and provide separation for cartridges.
  • You are responsible for knowledge of and compliance with all Federal, State or local laws regarding the possession and transportation of firearms. For more information about this regulation you can visit the TSA website.
  • If you are transporting a firearm to the United Kingdom, a permit from the United Kingdom is specifically required. You must contact the United Kingdom for more information about securing this permit.

The following types of ammunition are not accepted:

  • Gun powder; such as Pyrodex or Black Powder
  • Ammunition with explosive or incendiary projectiles
  • Ammunition exceeding 11 pounds (5 kg) gross weight per passenger

Pistols and accessories must be included in one case and contain:

  • Pistol telescopes
  • Noise suppressors
  • A small pistol tool case
  • No more than 11 lbs. (5 kg) of ammunition

Rifles and shotguns must be packaged as follows:

  • One hard sided case containing up to four rifles, shotguns, shooting materials, tools
  • One hard sided case containing up to five handguns, one scope, tools
  • One bow and quiver of arrows and maintenance kit enclosed in a case or container strong enough to protect the bow and quiver from accidental damage
  • No more than 11 lbs. (5 kg) of ammunition

An excess baggage fee will apply if checking more than one gun case.

Skateboards

Skateboards are allowed as checked baggage and standard baggage policies apply.

Ski or Snowboard Equipment

Ski and snowboard equipment are allowed as checked baggage. One ski/pole bag or one snowboard bag and one boot bag is accepted per person. The combined weight of the ski/snowboard bag and the boot bag may not exceed 50 lbs. or excess weight charges will apply. Linear dimensions may exceed 80 inches (203 cm) without excess size charges. All standard baggage charges apply.

Surfboards

  • 150 USD/CAD or 105 EUR* for travel to all regions (excluding Brazil)
  • 100 USD for travel to/from Brazil

*CAD amount will be charged exit Canada, and EUR amount will be charged exit Europe.

Additional surfboard restrictions and exceptions are outlined below:

  • Delta Connection carrier surfboard acceptance and charges may vary. Contact Reservations for more information.
  • If the surfboard is not in a protective case, you must fill out a limited liability release before the surfboard will be accepted.
  • Surfboards are allowed up to two (2) boards per bag.
  • Bags over 70 lbs. will be charged the excess weight fee.
  • Between Honolulu and Maui, there is a 20 USD/CAD fee.
  • Boogie boards smaller than or equal to 43 inches (107 cm) will be accepted as part of the regular baggage allowance.
  • Surfboards over 115 linear inches are not allowed.

Windsurfing Boards

  • 150 USD/CAD or 105 EUR* for travel to all regions (excluding Brazil)
  • 75 USD for travel to/from Brazil

*CAD amount will be charged exit Canada, and EUR amount will be charged exit Europe.

Additional windsurfing equipment restriction and exceptions:

  • Windsurfing equipment exceeding 115 linear inches (292 cm) will not be accepted.
  • Windsurfing equipment over 70 lbs will be charged the excess weight fee.
  • Due to size limitations, windsurfing equipment will not be accepted on Delta Connection carriers or MD-80 aircraft.
 
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