Surfboard Baggage Size
limits are important to know when getting ready for your next surf trip. With so many airlines and different prices and guides it's important to check with your airline carrier to find out rates and terms for your airline checked baggage. It's also important to understand some options for What to take in your surf trip quiver
before leaving on your holiday
Whether you're flying American Airlines, Delta, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue, Southwest, United Airlines or any others, finding out how much excess baggage charges are is important before getting your flight. Most airlines will require you use a surfboard 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.
With so many airlines to choose from, we will compare airline baggage size limits soon to give you a good understanding of which airline to use for your surf trip. For now, let us know in the comments below your good (or bad) experiences with airlines and their surfboard baggage allowances