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Sporting equipment and sub-load travel.

Old 27th Jun 2001, 18:29
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Question Sporting equipment and sub-load travel.

Wondering if any of you have tried traveling subload with bulky/heavy sporting gear like mountain bikes, kayaks etc. Will the counter staff accept that the excess baggage is not chargeable as it is sports equipment? I am a recently addicted paraglider pilot (as well as Airbus!!) and hope to take my glider away on days off. It weighs 17kg so I will be killed if other carriers try to enforce their 20kg limit on me. Thanks for any advice.

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