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Ski and snowboard carriage

Ski carriage can result in extra costs if you’re flying to the mountains, so it’s a good idea to check out ski and baggage carriage before you go.

Every major airline has their own policy and charges, increasingly charging for excess baggage and ski carriage.

With heightened security measures also playing a part, it’s easy to be caught out and get your holiday off on the wrong foot.

Below is the latest information on baggage and ski carriage charges, but do always check with the airline before you book

All prices based on economy flights

Airline Cabin
Hold allowance Charges for Hold
Ski Carriage

Air France
Latest info

12kg 23kg From 55 euros per extra bag Skis/board free
Boots free


Latest info

5kg 20kg From 20 euros per extra kilo From 20 euros

Latest info

8kg 32kg From 10 euros per extra kilo One piece free
Latest info
One piece (23kg max) and one laptop
From £40 over allowance
In your hold allowance or at least £28 per additional bag

Blue Islands
Latest info

20kg (inc. hand baggage)
Do not charge but can't guarantee it will be carried
One piece to Geneva and Zurich subject to space - part of 20kg allowance
Latest info
10kg 22kg from £13.99

£12.99 per extra bag £9 per extra kilo (online)

£17.99 online
Latest info
One piece 20kg £10 per extra kilo £25 pre-paid
Latest info
10kg 20kg From £12 per extra kilo for the first 3kg
 £30 - snowboards on standby basis only
Latest info
10kg 22kg £10 per extra kilo £15 if you pre-book online
Latest info
8kg 23kg From 50 euros per extra bag
included in baggage allowance
Latest info
10kg 15kg or 20kg upon purchase

Up to £50 for every bag
£20 per extra kilo
 £40 online
Latest info
8kg 23kg

Excess calcutated
per flight
Skis/board free
Boots free
Latest info
5kg    20kg £10 per extra kilo £40
Latest info
10kg 20kg £5 per extra kilo £18 each way

Piste of mind

Piste of Mind is a unique ski & snowboard luggage carriage company offering door to door service with no weight limits. They offer a 10% discount to Ski Club members.

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