sports equipments

Bicycle

1. Check in luggage that can only be placed in the cargo transport, and bicycle weight and quantity can be counted as part of the passenger luggage allowance.

2. CSAir only accepts non-electric bicycles; air must be deflated from the tires before they are checked:

(1) The handlebars of non-folding bicycles must be rotated at 90 degrees and firmly secured. Remove the pedals and wheels and secure them firmly to the bicycle body;

(2) Folding bicycles must be folded and secured.

(3)When transporting bicycles in checked luggage, the corresponding transportation duty will be undertaken in accordance with the applicable luggage regulations.

Surfing and windsurfing Equipment (e.g. Surfboards)

If surfboards (windsurfing) and equipment are to be transported as baggage, agreement should be obtained from the company's ground services security department or agent.

Charges on domestic flights:

1.Charges for surfboards with perimeters of no more than 227 cm (109 inches) should be calculated based on the fees for 5 kg of excess baggage.Charges for surfboards with perimeters exceeding 227 cm (109 inches) should be calculated based on the fees for 8 kg of excess baggage.

2.The above charge standard applies to each passenger with only one surfboard (or windsurfing); if one passenger carries more than one surfboard (or windsurfing), the overweight charge shall be subject to the general charge standards for excess baggage.

Charges on international flights:

1.Such items should not be included in the traveler's free baggage allowance.

2.Charges for surfboards with perimeters of no more than 300 cm (118 inches) should be calculated on the basis of excess baggage fees (charging standard for general overweight baggage).

3.When transporting surfboards (windsurfing) and equipment, the carrier undertakes liability for transportation in accordance with the applicable regulations for general luggage.

Golf Equipment (e.g. a set of golf clubs)

Golf equipment: a golf bag (including golf balls and golf clubs) and a pair of golf shoes.

A set of golf clubs should include a maximum of 14 golf clubs, 12 golf balls and one pair of golf shoes.

Charges on domestic flights:

1.Charges are made based on the fees for 6 kg of excess baggage.Charges may only be made if the above items are not included in the free baggage allowance for the cabin class paid for by the traveler.

2.If the golf equipment is included in the free baggage allowance, the overweight baggage charge shall be subject to the above-mentioned special charge standards or the general charge standards for excess baggage, whichever is less.

3.If the golf equipment is not included in the free baggage allowance and the overweight baggage exceeds 15 kg, the overweight baggage charge shall be subject to the general charge standards for excess baggage, i.e. the initial 15 kg overweight is charged by special charge standards for 6 kg overweight; every kilogram in excess of the initial 15 kg shall be charged by the general charge standards for excess baggage.

Charges on international flights:

1.Each adult traveler may transport one set of golf equipment free of charge.The total weight of the equipment must not exceed 23 kg. The linear dimensions must not exceed 158 cm (62 inches).

Any weight exceeding the free baggage allowance should be charged in the same way as general excess baggage.

Fishing Equipment

Fishing equipment:A tackle box, a creel (beam creel), a pair of fishing shoes, two fishing rods and a dip net.

Charges on domestic flights:

1.Charges are made based on the fees for 4 kg of excess baggage.Charges may only be made if the above items are not included in the free baggage allowance for the cabin class paid for by the traveler.

2.If the fishing equipment is included in the free baggage allowance, the overweight charge shall be subject to the above-mentioned special charge standards or the general charge standards for excess baggage, whichever is less.

3.The charges for fishing equipment over 15 kg shall be subject to the general charge standards for excess baggage.

4.To apply this standard, each passenger is limited to one set of fishing tackle. 

Charges on international flights:

1.Each of the above-mentioned items of fishing equipment should be included in the free baggage allowance as an item of baggage with a size of 158 cm (62 inches).

2.Any excess weight should be charged in the same way as general excess baggage.

Ski Gear

1. Ski gear includes a pair of skis, two ski poles and/or a pair of ski boots;

2. Charges on domestic flights:

(1) The special charges for each set of ski gear equal those for three kilograms of excess luggage;

(2) If the ski gear is not included in the free luggage allowance, the above standard shall apply. If the ski gear is included in the free luggage allowance and is overweight, it will be charged according to the above special rates or the rates for general excess luggage (the lower rates shall apply);

(3) For each passenger, only one set of ski gear will be charged according to this standard. Each kilogram of excess ski gear will be charged according to the rates for general excess luggage.

3. Charges on international flights:

(1) Each passenger can have one set of ski gear transported as checked luggage for free;

(2) The total weight of ski gear shall not exceed 23 kilograms and the total linear dimensions shall be no greater than 203 centimeters (80 inches);

(3) The oversize ski gear will be charged according to the rates for general excess luggage.