Special luggage
Sports equipment

Passengers carrying sports equipment have an additional 5 kg added to the allowance for the tariff they acquired and for their BinterMás customer level.

If the total luggage (including the sports equipment) exceeds the included weight, the passenger must pay the excess luggage amount.

Sports equipment is understood to mean elements used for practising sports, such as equipment for diving, surf, boogie, windsurf or kite-surf, paragliding, golf, cycling, skiing, etc.

All items of sports equipment must be suitably placed and fixed to avoid causing a nuisance or damage during boarding, transport and disembarking.

Given the nature of this equipment, the passenger must check in sufficiently beforehand to allow the checking and transport of the equipment to the aircraft and its loading in the hold.

It is forbidden to carry recreational devices such as hover-boards, air wheels, mini Segways, etc, as hand luggage or checked luggage.

The transport of sports equipment is subject to the availability of space in the aircraft hold. Because of this, for acceptance on the flight, the passenger must reserve space beforehand in our airport sales offices, in the travel agency or in our Telephone Customer Service (902 391 392 – +34 928 327 700).

Special conditions for some items of equipment

Surf, windsurf and other sports with sail/mast/board

On international flights, nautical sports equipment (surf boards, windsurf, kite-surf and kayak) is limited to a maximum size of 160 cm.

Taking into account their properties, which normally prevent transport on luggage belts, it is left to the judgement of the company's personal use a system that facilitates the movement of this equipment from the check-in area to the aircraft. Any costs that may arise for this item will be at the passenger's expense.

Diving equipment

When a passenger carries diving equipment, the O2 bottle must be empty (depressurised) and the torch must be disconnected from the power supply.

Golf equipment

Golf clubs must be properly fixed in the bag so that they do not cause a nuisance or damage during boarding, transport and disembarking.

Bicycles

A packed bicycle may be checked in, otherwise the bicycle must have the pedals removed, the handlebar turned so that it does not protrude and the wheels fixed and partially deflated.

Electronic equipment

The use of electronic devices such as cell phones, laptops, tablets, music players, etc, is allowed during the flight, always in aircraft mode or equivalent so that they do not send or receive signals.

No electronic device may be used during take-off or landing or when the crew so indicate.

On our flights, it is not allowed to use electronic cigarettes, portable radios (both transmitters and receivers) remote control toys and apparatus with light emitting diode screens (LED), televisions and other devices that send or receive any signals. Neither is it allowed to activate Bluetooth, infrared, etc, on devices.

If any electronic equipment is carried in your checked luggage, remember that this must be disconnected.

- Recreational devices: it is forbidden to carry recreational devices such as hover-boards, air wheels, mini Segways, etc, as hand luggage or checked luggage.

Luggage of declared value

To make a declaration of special value, remember that the value of the luggage to be declared must be greater than €400 and must not exceed €2,000 per passenger. The charge for the value declaration is 15% of the value declared by the passenger for which an excess luggage ticket will be issued.

The passenger must ensure the luggage making the special value declaration in the airport sufficiently beforehand to allow for the necessary procedures to be undertaken – it is recommended that the passenger arrives three hours before the scheduled flight departure.

Once in the airport, it will be necessary to open the luggage to be declared as of special value so that the personnel can check that the objects are in the luggage and their quality. The passenger will then be asked to close the luggage with a key or suitable security device.

For acceptance, the value of the luggage to be declared must be greater than €400 and cannot exceed €2.000 per passenger. The charge for the value declaration is 15% of the value declared by the passenger for which an excess luggage ticket will be issued.

Luggage with a value declaration will not be accepted for journeys with connections with other companies unless these agree to it.

Seated luggage - Extra

Luggage can be carried in the cabin because of its value or fragility, occupying an additional seat under the passenger's care (e.g., musical instruments, works of art, jewels, etc).

The cost will be that of the tariff for a passenger travelling in the seat, applicable at the time of reserving the additional seat. The weight limit for this equipment is 75 kg per seat reserved.

A prior reservation must be made, which must be confirmed by the company, giving the nature, weight and measurements of the object.