Prices to carry your surfboard range from free to absurd...
Getting on a flight to explore different waves in different parts of the world is something that we all dream about. However, it's important to learn how much it will cost you to fly your surf material with you. In some cases it can get so expensive that you might as well stay home. Luckily there are quite a few exceptions. Here you can see which airlines are surf friendly, and which ones want to take your soul...
Let's start with the good news. Some airlines consider your surfboard as a part of your ordinary luggage, and charge absolutely nothing. They are Virgin (Europe), Interjet (Mexico), Quantas (Australia), Singapore (Asia), South Africa, Air New Zealand and Qatar Airways.
On the dark side of the force, we have the following: Alitalia, Swiss Air, Thai Air, United and All Nippon. These fellows can charge you up to 200 dolars!
Now that you know the good news, and the bad news, you can check the full list, so that you never get caught in a big surprise. read it carefully and keep on surfing!
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