From archery to windsurfing and everything in between, Hawaii is the destination for action and outdoor adventure. If you want to bring your own gear, Hawaiian Airlines accepts many types of sports equipment as baggage.
What equipment exactly? And are there any additional fees? See our guidelines for accepting sports equipment below.
Whether your sports gear is on the list below or not, if your equipment can fit into a container and meets all specified check-in baggage restrictions, then normal check-in luggage fees will apply.
View our Baggage Fees and Restrictions for details.
One golf bag containing no more than:
Fees: Golfing equipment counts towards your baggage allowance, but if it’s in excess, each item will be subject to the excess baggage charge for a single piece, whether or not presented as a single piece.
We’ll waive oversized baggage charges for golfing equipment that exceeds 62 linear inches IF all items in the golf bag or container are in the list of golfing equipment above. If non-golf items are in the golf bag or container, then we’ll charge normal oversize fees for golfing equipment that exceeds 62 linear inches. We do not accept checked baggage items exceeding 115 linear inches.
Note: Hawaiian Airlines does not accept swing less golf clubs, either as carry-on or checked baggage.