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    Airline surfboard fees

    Just curious if the lower gas prices has translated into any of the airlines getting rid of their outlandish board fees? Probably not, even though that was their rationalization for implementing the fees in the first place. Although I don't know if anything has changed since last winter so if anyone has some recent info please divulge...

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    Wishful thinking my friend................

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    Airline surfboard fees


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    Thumbs down

    I just found out I gotta pay $250 to get my boards to and from Barbados

    Last time i was there it was free

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJFresh View Post
    WickedQuiver appears to be out of date, e.g., British Airways no longer allows surfboards.

    FlyingFees.com is slick, useful, relevant...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodndtube View Post
    WickedQuiver appears to be out of date, e.g., British Airways no longer allows surfboards.

    FlyingFees.com is slick, useful, relevant...

    I wouldn't send my board at all......unless it's in the US. Customs can be a problem.

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    what are the shipping costs for bodyboards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aguaholic View Post
    I wouldn't send my board at all......unless it's in the US. Customs can be a problem.
    Do you mean as checked baggage or via a cargo shipper? I have flown internationally on many occasions without any problems, not to mention all the people that travel to Indo and Costa Rica.