Carrying a golf bag on a Corendon Airlines flight
What about the weight of your bag, what is the maximum weight allowed for Corendon Airlines air travel? How do you protect your clubs from damage? If you are a golfer traveling by air, certain rules apply to you and your equipment.
We help you understand these rules here so that you can be prepared when traveling with your golf clubs.
Traveling and flying with golf clubs
In order to travel safely with your clubs by air, it is important that you respect the following instructions:
First, when taking golf bags on board an aircraft, it is the passenger’s responsibility to ensure that all items are properly stored in the trunk or suitcase. Any object left loose inside the bag could fall during takeoff and landing and be damaged.
Second, you should know that Corendon Airlines has strict regulations regarding baggage weight and size. It should not exceed 23 kg.
The top of the bag should be closed ensuring that there are no sharp edges which could cause injury if contacted by baggage handlers or board attendants. But there are some things to consider:
The first thing to consider is how many bags you plan to take with you. It will depend on the type of trip you are planning: family vacation, business trip, etc. The next step is to figure out where you want to store your bags when you’re away from home. If you plan to store them in your hotel room, you will need to pack some light.
You should also consult your airline’s policy regarding checked baggage. If you are traveling internationally, you will need to check with your airline before travelling, as each country has its own laws regarding the transport of golf clubs.
Also remember that it may be necessary to remove your clubs before going through security, so prepare your club grips in advance.
The airline does not allow you to carry more than one golf bag on board, otherwise you must inform their customer service in advance to find a solution for your transport of this equipment.
The carrier trick agrees to carry up to 50 pieces of this equipment on board each of its flights, but depending on where you live, you may also be subject to customs checks when traveling abroad.
Corendon Airlines has its own weight and size restrictions
Your bag must be well packed, and must measure less than 3206cm: Length (3 meters), Height (86 cm), Width (120cm).
A fee is charged for the transport of each GOLF equipment
Traveling with golf equipment on board this airline’s planes is not free. You should consider paying 30€ for each 23kg piece of equipment or 10€ if your bag weighs less than 23kg.
Properly prepare and pack your golf bag
If you choose to take your clubs with you on the Corendon Airlines plane, rest assured that this equipment cannot be carried in the cabin, but only in the hold.
The objects and articles making up this equipment must be carefully packed so that they are not damaged.
There are soft covers that are specially designed to protect your bag from damage that may occur during the flight. It is ideal for carrying such equipment on airplanes as it provides extra padding on the sides and bottom of your bag.
As always, when traveling by plane, try to avoid stuffing too much in your bag.
The last thing you need to do before boarding is to ensure that all of your bags, including your golf bag, are properly packed.
In flight, an over-padded bag can cause serious problems, such as being crushed or punctured.