- Golf equipment may consist of one golf bag containing golf clubs and other golfing gear.
- A maximum of one golf bag per person is allowed.
- If you’re travelling on Aer Lingus Regional flights, the maximum number of golf bags permitted on the aircraft in total will vary depending on the aircraft type. A maximum of 6 per flight are permitted on ATR42 aircraft and maximum of 12 per flight are permitted on ATR72 aircraft. This is subject to availability on the day. Groups with golf bags should contact us in advance.
- Unfortunately, space for bicycles can’t be booked online. Please contact your local reservations office to pre-book in advance.
- On Aer Lingus flights, a maximum limit of ten bicycles per flightapplies, except in the following airports where, due to high cargo volumes, a restriction of six bicycles per-flight applies:
- On Aer Lingus Regional flights, only one bicycle per flight can be carried. This is subject to availability on the day of departure.
- Bicycles are carried as checked baggage in the aircraft hold.
- There’s a fee of €50 (or equivalent) for the carriage of a bicycle payable via our reservations centre, or at the airport on the day of departure. This fee is charged on an each-way basis.
- Before we can transport bicycles, the handlebars must be lowered and fixed sideways.
- The pressure of the tyres must be reduced to avoid any problems in the unlikely event of pressurisation changes during flight.
- If possible, the pedals should be inverted.
- When necessary, sharp projective parts should be protected with plastic or cardboard to avoid damage to other load.
- If travelling from Amsterdam, boxes will be provided at a fee of €20.00.
Checking in with Bicycles
- You must allow sufficient time at check-in so that security and handling procedures can be completed. Bicycles already confirmed by reservation will be checked in automatically. When a bicycle hasn’t been confirmed, it’ll be carried on a stand-by basis. In all cases, you must arrive at check-in at least 90 minutes before the scheduled departure time.
Guests intending to travel with firearms must arrive at check-in at least 3 hours before departure time. This is to allow sufficient time for the guest and articles to be checked in, documentation to be checked and also to ensure that all government regulations are complied with.
All documentation and licences are the passenger’s responsibility. Passengers should contact the relevant embassy or consulate regarding regulations of the destination country and also transit country if transiting before arriving at the airport for check-in.
Aer Lingus will carry sports guns and ammunition cartridges subject to the following:
- Sports guns are dismantled and packed one per case.
- Sports guns, when dismantled, are to be loaded with checked baggage.
- Sports guns, ammunition and cartridges must be packed separately from other baggage.
- Sports guns, ammunition and cartridges must be available for inspection by security.
- Ammunition is limited to a maximum of 5kg per passenger, inclusive of all packaging.
- Ammunition must be packed in containers of wood, metal, or fireboard with the contents protected against any movement.
- Only the licensed firearm owner may check in a sports gun upon presentation of their valid firearm license at check-in.
- Sports guns are subject to an extra charge for flights within Europe. Only the licensed firearm owner may check in a sports gun upon presentation of their valid firearm license at check-in.
Note: Sports weapons/firearms/ammunition can’t be carried on Aer Lingus Regional flights.
Note: International firearm regulations vary by destination and transiting country. Contact appropriate consulates or embassies to obtain specific entry requirements applicable to destination(s).
Fees for Sports Guns and Ammunition:
- Our fee is €50/£40 (or equivalent) per gun on all flights within Europe. This fee is payable at the airport on the day of departure.
- Diving equipment must be packed in a recognised diving kit bag, and mustn’t exceed the maximum dimensions and weight restrictions.
- Cylinders aren’t permitted for carriage on our aircraft.
- Pressure-sensitive devices may need special packaging. Please refer to the manufacturer for advice.
Fishing equipment includes the fishing rod, case and tackle basket. If you’re travelling on Aer Lingus Regional flights, the maximum permitted length of fishing equipment is 2.05m/6ft 9 inches.
Please note that surfboards must not exceed 2.77m in length (approx. 110 inches). They must be packed in cushioning material such as bubble wrapping to protect them against damage.
On Aer Lingus Regional flights, surfboards must not exceed 2.05m (approx. 80 inches).
- Unfortunately, windsurfing equipment can’t be booked online. To book it you must contact your local reservations office.
- A maximum of one board, one boom, one sail and one mast applies per person.
- No item may exceed 2.77m in length (110 inches).
- Windsurfing equipment must be packed to avoid damage.
- Please give sufficient time at check-in for security and handling procedures. You must arrive at check-in at least 90-minutes before your scheduled departure time.
A maximum of one pair of skis, boots and poles per person can be booked online.