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|11-21-2015 10:41 PM|
Originally Posted by mckinnonwg View Post
I've put multiple boards and gear in my snowboard bag without exceeding the 50b limit.
|11-21-2015 03:14 PM|
Originally Posted by vandy16 View Post
|11-21-2015 03:00 PM|
|aircontroller||Hey Rob.....says where?|
|11-21-2015 02:55 PM|
lol, pretty sure frontier and southwest, like it says!
Southwest you don't really have to know much, basically show up with all your stuff in a snowboard travel bag, make sure it doesn't exceed 50 lbs, and you're good to go. Can also check an additional bag and take a carry-on, all for free
Frontier is a little bit trickier, and you do pay for everything, with the exception of a small personal item. Their fees depend on the rate that you choose for your flight, and you can do alright with them but you want to know exactly what you're gonna be checking and purchase it ahead of time, otherwise you will be charged extra for absolutely everything! Here's a link with some info for frontier...
if rates and times are similar, I would always go with southwest. good luck!
|11-21-2015 02:32 PM|
|11-21-2015 02:29 PM|
Frontier and Southwest
Anybody have good info or tips on flying with equipment with these two airlines? Heading to Stowe and Keystone this season.
|09-28-2015 05:15 PM|
|aircontroller||Lanel....i have the exact same bag and it can fit a bigger board in it. Trust me.|
|09-28-2015 12:01 PM|
|lanel||Im flying with my board for the first time this winter and wanted to get a Dakine low roller. Will my 158 board fit in the 157 size bag or should I size up?|
|04-19-2015 07:16 AM|
|Maandy||Yes I did not purchase any additional bags, just checked-in my snowboard bag with all the gear inside and did not have to pay any additional charges (I was flying economy).|
|04-19-2015 06:50 AM|
Originally Posted by Maandy View Post
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