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Special baggage

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Musical Instruments

If you’re taking musical instruments with you, they can fly as carry-on baggage if they are packed in a hard case that doesn’t exceed the following dimensions: 40 x 30 x 22 cm (15 x 12 x 9 in). The maximum allowed weight is 10 kg (22 lbs).

If your musical instruments exceed the limits of the carry-on baggage, they will have to fly as checked baggage. The suitcase should not exceed 2 m (78 in) in length, nor weigh more than 30 kg (66 lbs).

In case of delicate or voluminous musical instruments, they may occupy an additional seat, involving a full fare seat payment. If musical instruments are transported this way, they should not exceed 2 m (78 in) in length or weigh more than 46 kg (101 lbs).

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Sports equipment

Due to space limitations, sports equipment can only be transported as checked baggage. Depending on the type of items you carry, it is important to consider the restrictions of weight and length, 30 kg (66 lb) and 138 in (3.50 m), in order to be transported by Interjet. Also, please take into account the following specifications:

  • Bicycles (non-motorized touring or racing bikes) They need to have just one seat, folding handlebars, loose pedals and airless tires. Passengers are not permitted to carry compressed air cylinders.
  • Golf equipment It consists in a golf bag containing clubs, golf balls and one pair of golf shoes. These items count as one piece of baggage and must be suitably packed in rigid and/or hard shell container, specifically designed for shipping.
  • Fishing equipment You can travel with a fishing rod, reel, fishing lines (nylon, Dyneema or Spectra), hooks, lures, baits, weights, corks and a fishing net. All equipment must be transported in a rigid case or container bag.
  • Scuba gear You can bring an empty tank of less than 40 PSI, manometer, a snorkel, a harpoon, a pair of fins, safety vest, a weight belt, a regulator and a diving mask.
  • Surfboard You may choose to travel with a surfboard, kitesurfing equipment or a boogie board.
  • Hunting gear Only may be transported those that are not considered as firearms (ARPEL).
If you want to know the transportation costs of your musical instrument or sports equipment, review our table of Complementary services for your flight.
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Mobility aids

In addition to the regular baggage allowance, Interjet will accept, without charge, as priority checked baggage, mobility aids, including:

  • An electric wheelchair (with non-spillable batteries only).
  • A scooter or a manually operated rigid-frame wheelchair.
  • A manually operated folding wheelchair.
  • A walker, a cane, crutches or braces.
  • Any device that assists the person to communicate.
  • Any prosthesis or medical device.

None of the previously mentioned items is subject to our baggage policy, which means that can be transported at no cost. However, due to space limitations, these objects can only be transported as checked baggage.

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Special baggage on flights to Cuba

If you are planning to travel to Cuba and you need to bring up baggage that exceeds the weight and dimensions allowed by the fare you selected, you should consider our policies, costs and restrictions. Please refer to the Checked baggage page for more information.