Ski Carriage

The number of skis/boards we can carry on some of our charter flights is strictly limited. If you have your own equipment, you should pre-book carriage of skis/boards when you confirm your booking to ensure that space is reserved. There is a charge of £35 per set of skis/snowboard for return carriage.

Ski and Snowboard Carriage

Charter flights

Subject to space availability ski/snowboard carriage can sometimes be booked at the departure airport through our representative, subject to space availability, but at a cost of £49. If for any reason it is not possible to carry your pre-booked ski equipment on your flight, we will arrange for you to receive free hire of standard skis or boards until your own equipment is delivered to your resort providing that you have paid us for ski carriage.

Please note that some flights utilising smaller aircraft have restricted space for ski/snowboard carriage and therefore space can only be booked on a first come, first served basis. These flights do not offer a “Pay at the Airport” facility. If space is not available for your skis at the time of booking you might care to consider our FetchMyLuggage service.
Important: The ski carriage limit cannot be exceeded and once the limit has been reached only pre-booked skis will be accepted at check-in and other equipment will not be accepted.

Low Cost & Scheduled flights

Low cost and scheduled flights make a per sector charge (ie. outbound and homebound) charge for the carriage of skis/boards. This charge is payable either at check-in or by calling the airline direct. Charges are generally considered higher than that charged on our charter services and you may wish to consider pre-booking equipment hire in your resort. Check the airlines’ website for up-to-date ski carriage charges. Please note - Ski/board carriage on Swiss scheduled flights is currently free of charge.

Applicable to all airlines: Please note that each ski bag should only contain one pair of skis/snowboard . Airlines may refuse to accept ski bags containing clothing and ski boots, etc. Your insurance company may not, and Inghams do not, accept liability for non-delivery or damage to any other items you pack in your ski bag, You should check that your insurance policy covers the full value of you ski equipment.

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