Baggage Policy

The following Conditions of Carriage apply only for customers booking private charter transportation with Swift Air (d/b/a iAero Airways) directly.

Checked and Carryon Baggage Policy


Your ticket and the following Conditions of Carriage constitute the contract between you, the passenger, and Swift Air, LLC and apply to all transportation provided by Swift Air, LLC between points in the United States (including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands). Foreign air transportation is governed by applicable tariffs on file with the Department of Transportation. See for more information.

Checked Baggage

  • Screening and Identification: Checked baggage will be screened and is subject to physical inspection as mandated by the TSA. Customers may be required to present identification. Regulations require name identification on the outside. We recommend placing identification on the inside of baggage as an extra precaution.
  • Baggage Allowance: Passenger baggage allowance may vary depending upon the purpose of  the trip.  Carrier will accept as baggage only such personal property as is reasonably necessary for the purposes of the trip, which will not compromise the safety of the flight, and which can be transported in accordance with applicable laws and government regulations.
  • Weight and Size Allowance: Maximum weight is 44 pounds and maximum size is 62 inches (length + width + height) per checked piece of luggage. Items from 51 to 70 pounds will be accepted. Items weighing from 71 to 100 pounds and oversized items in excess of 62 inches will be accepted (i.e., surfboards, bicycles, vaulting poles) but should be cleared with Swift Air prior to departure day. Any item weighing more than 100 pounds must be cleared with Swift Air as well. Contractual arrangements may preempt these limitations. Please contact your booking agent or tour operator for specific baggage allowances. Swift Air may refuse any property for transportation if it cannot accept ordinary handling or if its weight, size, or character renders it unsuitable for transportation.
  • Liability: Swift Air liability for lost, damaged or delayed baggage will be determined by replacement cost allowable by insurance and as specified in the Contract of Carriage.
  • Claims: Damaged or lost baggage must be reported, in person, upon arrival at the passenger’s destination.
  • Conditional Acceptance: Improperly packed and/or fragile items will be conditionally accepted and Swift Air will not be responsible for any damage to items that are tagged with Conditional Acceptance.

Carryon Baggage

In keeping with new security directives from the TSA, strict limitations are being imposed on carry-on items.

  • Passengers may carry only one bag plus one smaller, personal-type item onboard the airplane.
  • Each item of carry-on baggage may have external dimensions no larger than ten inches by fourteen inches by twenty four inches (10”X14”X24” – 48 linear inches).
  • Swift Air, at its sole discretion, may allow additional carry-on baggage on flights where the load factor permits.
  • Personal-type items include purses, briefcases, cameras, food containers, or laptops (case included).
  • All Passengers and Employees and their items are subject to a thorough, physical search.
  • Swift Air will refuse to transport items of carry-on baggage that may be harmful or dangerous to a passenger, the flight crew, or to the aircraft.  Carry-on baggage requirements are subject to change from time to time, based upon changes in applicable federal regulations.
  • The following items are not considered carryon bags or personal-type items and are not counted against the “one-bag plus one personal-type item” limit:
    • A child restraint device for a child who has a seat reserved.
    • Assistive/mobility devices for individuals with a disability. There is no limit to the number of assistive/mobility devices a Passenger can bring onboard the aircraft.
    • Outer garments or other wearable articles of clothing.
    • Food for consumption during flight contained in disposable packaging.
    • Walking canes or umbrellas.

Permitted and Prohibited Items

Due to enhanced security measures liquids, gels, lotions and other items of similar consistency will not be permitted in carry-on baggage. These items must be packed in your checked baggage.

To ensure the health and welfare of certain air travelers the following items are permitted.

  • Small amounts of baby formula and breast milk if a baby or small child is traveling
  • Liquid prescription medicine with a name that matches the passenger’s ticket
  • Up to 5 oz. (148ml) of liquid or gel low blood sugar treatment
  • Up to 4 oz. of essential non-prescription liquid medications including including saline solution, eye care products and KY jelly
  • Gel-filled bras and similar prosthetics
  • Gel-filled wheelchair cushions
  • Life support and life sustaining liquids such as bone marrow, blood products, and transplant organs carried for medical reasons

You are permitted to bring solid cosmetics and personal hygiene items as such lipstick, lip balm and similar solids. Please remember these items must be solid and not liquid, gel or aerosol.

Makeup & Personal Items

Carry-on Checked
Aerosol spray bottles and cans No Yes
All creams and lotions including Neosporin or first-aid creams and ointments, topical or rash creams and ointments, suntan lotions, moisturizers, etc. No Yes
Bubble bath balls, bath oils or moisturizers No Yes
Bug and mosquito sprays and repellents No Yes
Cigar Cutters Yes Yes
Corkscrews Yes Yes
Cuticle Cutters Yes Yes
Deodorants made of gel or aerosol No Yes
Eye drops – You are allowed to carry up to 4 oz., of eye drops with you. Volumes greater than 4 oz., are only permitted in your checked baggage. No Yes
Eyeglass Repair Tools – including screwdrivers. Yes Yes
Eyelash Curlers Yes Yes
Gel-filled bras and similar prosthetics – Gel-filled bras may be worn through security screening and aboard aircraft. Yes Yes
Hair styling gels and spray of all kinds including aerosol No Yes
Hair Straightener or Detangler No Yes
Knitting and Crochet Needles Yes Yes
Knives – except for plastic or round bladed butter knives. No Yes
Lip gels such as Carmex or Blistex No Yes
Liquid lip glosses or other liquids for lips No Yes
Liquid bubble bath including gel or liquid filled No Yes
Liquid foundations No Yes
Liquid, gel or spray perfumes and colognes No Yes
Liquid sanitizers No Yes
Liquid soaps No Yes
Liquid mascara No Yes
Make up removers or facial cleansers No Yes
Mouthwash No Yes
Nail Clippers Yes Yes
Nail Files Yes Yes
Nail polish and removers No Yes
Non-prescription liquid or gel medicines like cough syrup and gel cap type pills – Up to 4 oz. of essential non-prescription liquid medications Yes Yes
Personal lubricants – Up to 4 oz. Yes Yes
Safety Razors – including disposable razors. Yes Yes
Saline solution – You are allowed to carry up to 4 oz., of eye drops with you. Volumes greater than 4 oz., are only permitted in your checked baggage. No Yes
Scissors – plastic or metal with blunt tips. Yes Yes
Scissors – metal with pointed tips and blades shorter than four inches in length. Yes Yes
Shampoos and conditioners No Yes
Toothpaste No Yes
Toy Transformer Robots Yes Yes
Toy Weapons – if not realistic replicas. Yes Yes
Tweezers Yes Yes
Umbrellas– allowed in carry-on baggage once they have been inspected to ensure that prohibited items are not concealed. Yes Yes
Walking Canes – allowed in carry-on baggage once they have been inspected to ensure that prohibited items are not concealed. Yes Yes

Medication & Special Needs Devices

Make sure medications are labeled with a professionally printed label identifying the medication and manufacturer’s name or pharmaceutical label. Prescription medicine must match the name on the passenger manifest.

Carry-on Checked
Braille Note-Taker, Slate and Stylus, Augmentation Devices Yes Yes
Diabetes – liquid or gel low blood sugar treatments, including juice – Up to 5 oz. (148ml) Yes Yes
Diabetes-Related Supplies/Equipment – Insulin dispensing products; jet injectors; pens; infusers; and an unlimited number of unused syringes, when accompanied by insulin; lancets; blood glucose meters; blood glucose meter test strips; insulin pumps; and insulin pump supplies. These items must be inspected to ensure prohibited items are not concealed. Yes Yes
Nitroglycerine pills – if properly marked with a professionally printed label identifying the medication and manufacturer’s name or pharmaceutical label. Yes Yes
Nitroglycerine sprays – no more than 4 oz. Yes Yes
Ostomy Scissors – All scissors with blades four inches or less. Yes Yes
Prosthetic Device Tools and Appliances – including drills and drill bits, Allen wrenches, pull sleeves used to put on or remove prosthetic devices, if carried by the individual with the prosthetic device or his or her companion. Yes Yes
Wheelchairs with gel cushioned seats/pads. Yes Yes

Electronic Devices

Carry-on Checked
Camcorders Yes Yes
Camera Equipment – the checked baggage screening equipment will damage undeveloped film in camera equipment. We recommend that you either put undeveloped film and cameras containing undeveloped film in your carry-on baggage or take undeveloped film with you to the checkpoint and ask the screener to conduct a hand-inspection. Yes Yes
Laptop Computers Yes Yes
Mobile Phones Yes Yes
Pagers Yes Yes
Personal Data Assistants (PDA’s) Yes Yes

Sharp Objects

Carry-on Checked
Box Cutters No Yes
Ice Axes/Ice Picks No Yes
Knives – except for plastic or round bladed butter knives No Yes
Meat Cleavers No Yes
Razor-Type Blades – such as box cutters, utility knives, razor blades not in a cartridge, but excluding safety razors. No Yes
Sabers No Yes
Scissors – metal with pointed tips and blades shorter than four inches Yes Yes
Swords No Yes

Sporting Goods

Carry-on Checked
Baseball Bats No Yes
Bows and Arrows No Yes
Cricket Bats No Yes
Golf Clubs No Yes
Hockey Sticks No Yes
Lacrosse Sticks No Yes
Pool Cues No Yes
Ski Poles No Yes
Spear Guns No Yes

Guns & Firearms

Carry-on Checked
Ammunition – Check with your airline or travel agent to see if ammunition is permitted in checked baggage on the airline you are flying. If ammunition is permitted, it must be declared to the airline at check-in. Small arms ammunitions for personal use must be securely packed in fiber, wood or metal boxes or other packaging specifically designed to carry small amounts of ammunition. Ask about limitations or fees, if any, that apply. No Yes
BB guns No Yes
Compressed Air Guns No Yes
Firearms – firearms carried as checked baggage MUST be unloaded, packed in a locked hard-sided container, and declared to the airline at check-in. No Yes
Flare Guns. No Yes
Gun Lighters No Yes
Gun Powder including black powder and percussion caps No No
Parts of Guns and Firearms No Yes
Pellet Guns No Yes
Realistic Replicas of Firearms No Yes
Starter Pistols No Yes


Carry-on Checked
Axes and Hatchets No Yes
Cattle Prods No Yes
Crowbars No Yes
Hammers No Yes
Drills and drill bits (including cordless portable power drills) No Yes
Saws (including cordless portable power saws) No Yes
Tools (greater than seven inches in length) No Yes
Tools (seven inches or less in length) Yes Yes
Screwdrivers (seven inches or less in length) Yes Yes
Wrenches and Pliers (seven inches or less in length) Yes Yes

Martial Arts & Self Defense Items

Carry-on Checked
Billy Clubs No Yes
Black Jacks No Yes
Brass Knuckles No Yes
Kubatons No Yes
Mace/Pepper Spray – One 118 ml or 4 Fl. oz. container of mace or pepper spray is permitted in checked baggage provided it is equipped with a safety mechanism to prevent accidental discharge. No Yes
Martial Arts Weapons No Yes
Night Sticks No Yes
Nunchakus No Yes
Stun Guns/Shocking Devices No Yes
Throwing Stars No Yes

Explosive & Flammable Materials, Disabling Chemicals & Other Dangerous Items

Explosive Materials Carry-on Checked
Blasting Caps No No
Dynamite No No
Fireworks No No
Flares (in any form) No No
Hand Grenades No No
Plastic Explosives No No
Realistic Replicas of Explosives No No
Flammable Items Carry-on Checked
Aerosol (any except for personal care or toiletries in limited quantities) No No
Fuels (including cooking fuels and any flammable liquid fuel) No No
Gasoline No No
Gas Torches No No
Lighter Fluid No No
Lighters – All lighters are prohibited as carry-on items. Lighters without fuel are permitted in checked baggage. Lighters with fuel are prohibited in checked baggage, unless they adhere to DOT exemptions, which allow up to two fueled lighters if properly enclosed in a DOT approved case No No
Strike-anywhere Matches – Up to 4 books of safety (non-strike anywhere) matches are permitted as carry-on items, but all matches are prohibited in checked baggage. No No
Turpentine and Paint Thinner No No
Realistic Replicas of Incendiaries No No
Disabling Chemicals & Other Dangerous Items Carry-on Checked
Chlorine for Pools and Spas No No
Compressed Gas Cylinders – including fire extinguishers No No
Liquid Bleach No No
Spillable Batteries – except those in wheelchairs No No
Spray Paint No No
Tear Gas No No

Food & Drinks

Carry-on Checked
All beverages No Yes
Baby formula and food, breast milk and other baby items . You can take these through the security checkpoints and aboard your plane. However, you must be traveling with a baby or toddler. All items will be inspected. Yes Yes
Canned or jarred goods such as soup, sauces, peanut butter, fruits, vegetables and jellies No Yes
Cheese in pressurized containers No Yes
Duty free alcohol and other items No Yes
Gel based sports supplements No Yes
Jell-O’s No Yes
Pudding No Yes
Whipped cream No Yes
Yogurt or gel like food substances No Yes

Other items

Carry-on Checked
Gel-type candles No Yes
Gel shoe inserts – Gel shoe inserts are not permitted, but shoes constructed with gel heels are allowed and must be removed and screened. No Yes

Swift Air allows alcohol to be carried in checked luggage under the following conditions:

  • Alcoholic beverage must be in the original container with the manufacturer’s label.
  • Wine in checked baggage must be securely packaged in a leak-proof bag with a Styrofoam cushioning and a sturdy cardboard outer package to prevent spillage.
  • Alcohol content may not exceed 70% by volume (140 proof).
  • As mandated by Federal Aviation Regulations, only alcohol served by Swift Air Flight Attendants may be consumed onboard our aircraft.


Transporting of live animals in the aircraft cabin or cargo compartment including pets and fully trained assistance animals requires prior approval from Swift Air.


  • Dry Cell Batteries

Any Alkaline, NiCad, Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH), Silver Oxide and Carbon Zinc batteries similar to those used in flashlights or commonly used electronic devices are allowed onboard the aircraft.

These items must be securely installed in equipment or have exposed terminals protected in a manner to prevent short circuit. Electrical tape, individually bagging batteries in sealable plastic bags, or plastic covers designed to protect the terminals from short circuit would all meet this requirement.

  • Spillable Wet Cell

Wet cell batteries (like most car or motorcycle batteries) are not allowed in checked or carryon baggage.

The only exception is for a Customer’s wheelchair or assistive device. If your wheelchair/assistive device is powered by a spillable wet cell battery, the battery will be removed from the wheelchair and transported in a special battery box. To allow for proper handling, please arrive at the gate one hour prior to departure and notify the Customer Service Agent on duty that the battery is a wet cell spillable battery.

  • Nonspillable Wet Cell

Equipment containing nonspillable wet cell batteries (gel cell or absorbent glass mat) can be carried as cargo (Shippers must meet all applicable security requirements). The equipment with the battery installed must be protected from short circuit and securely packaged. The package must be marked “Nonspillable” or “Nonspillable Battery.”

If you are traveling with a wheelchair or other assistive device that has a nonspillable battery, it is important to note that the battery will be disconnected at the quick disconnect, securely attached to the wheelchair/assistive device during transport, and reattached upon arrival at the destination.

Cameras and Film

  • The screening equipment that inspects your checked luggage may damage undeveloped film in camera equipment. We recommend that you put undeveloped film and cameras containing undeveloped film in your carryon baggage. The screening equipment will not damage camera images.
  • Camcorders are allowed in or as carryon baggage. If carried separately from the one allowable carryon baggage, the camcorder will be counted as your one personal item.
  • Media cameras are exempt from the sizing box restriction imposed on other carryon luggage, and, if carried onboard, must be stowed in accordance with FAA safety regulations. If the camera is to be secured in a seat, however, a ticket must be purchased for that seat.
  • Camera, film, video, lighting, and sound equipment will be accepted when presented by a representative of a network or local television broadcasting company or a commercial filmmaking company.

 Camping Equipment

  • Swift Air will allow brand new equipment (only in manufacturer’s box) to be transported. Any evidence of fuel or use of the equipment will result in refusal to transport the equipment.
  • Swift Air does not transport fuel or compressed gas, or any other hazardous materials.
  • Camping equipment that is operated by compressed gas (e.g., butane cylinders) will be conditionally accepted (Swift Air accepts no liability for damage). Fuel cylinders are not allowed and must be removed prior to offering your baggage.
  • Knives, axes, and other cutting instruments must have the blades protected and stowed in checked baggage only.

All camping equipment will be conditionally accepted, which means that Swift Air accepts no liability for damage sustained during transport

Engines and Air Compressors

  • Electric Air Compressors/Gasoline Powered Compressors: Electric air compressors are allowed as checked baggage if the air tank is verifiably empty. The unit must be transported with the air tank in the open position and the gauge must register no pressure in the tank. Gasoline powered compressors are not allowed.
  • Internal Combustion Engines: Swift Air does not allow new or used internal combustion engines as checked or carryon baggage. This restriction includes lawn equipment, engine-powered scooters, and any other fuel-operated combustion engine.
  • Flammable Liquids: Flammable liquids associated with internal combustion engines (i.e., gasoline, kerosene, and/or diesel fuel) are all regulated hazardous materials and cannot be carried in checked or carryon baggage. This applies to engines, engine components associated with these fuels, and fuel containers that have been in contact with these fuels.
  • Motor Oil and Fluids: While they are not regulated as hazardous materials, items such as motor oil, hydraulic fluids, brake fluid, and transmission fluid are not allowed in checked or carryon baggage due to the damage they can cause if spilled.

Guns and Ammunition


  • Customers are responsible for knowing and following the firearms laws of the state(s) that they will be traveling to, from, and through.
  • Our Customers must declare the gun to the Customer Service Agent, or, in the event that a Customer Service Agent is not present or available, to the flight crew, and prove that the firearm(s) chambers are free of ammunition and the magazine clip has been removed (when applicable). Paintball guns and BB guns are considered the same as all other firearms.
  • Paintball guns are allowed in checked baggage and are not subject to the container requirements of firearms. Customers must declare the paintball gun to the Customer Service Agent. Unpressurized compressed gas cylinders are allowed in checked baggage or as a carryon only if the regulator valve is completely disconnected from the cylinder and the cylinder is no longer sealed (i.e. the cylinder has an open end). TSA Security Screeners must visibly ensure that the cylinder is completely empty and that there are no prohibited items inside.
  • Firearms must be encased in a hard-sided, LOCKED container that is of sufficient strength to withstand normal handling, as follows:
    1. A firearm in a hard-sided, locked container may be placed inside a soft-sided, unlocked suitcase.
    2. A firearm placed inside a hard-sided, locked suitcase does not have to be encased in a container manufactured for the transportation of firearms.
    3. Only the Customer checking the luggage should retain the key or combination to the lock. No exceptions will be made.
  • Firearms may be checked and we allow multiple firearms to be transported inside one hard-sided case.
  • Swift Air assumes no liability for the misalignment of sights on firearms, including those equipped with telescopic sights.
  • Firearms are never allowed in carryon luggage.


  • Small arms ammunition for personal use (provided it is properly packed) is permissible in checked baggage only.
  • The ammunition may be placed in the same container as the firearm and must be securely packed in cardboard (fiber), wood, or metal boxes, or other packaging specifically designed to carry small amounts of ammunition.
  • Magazines or clips containing ammunition must be securely packaged (placed in another small box or in a secure cutout in the carrying case, in order to protect the primer of the ammunition).
  • Make sure guns are unloaded and definitely never transport a gun in your carryon baggage!
  • Gunpowder (black powder) and primers or percussion caps are not allowed in checked or carryon baggage.
  • Loose ammunition or loose loaded magazines and/or clips are not allowed.
  • Paintballs must be packaged in a leak-proof container and will be conditionally accepted.

Human Remains

Swift Air will not accept human remains as checked baggage; however, a Customer may take cremated remains onboard as a carryon item under certain conditions. Please see the TSA’s web site for specific instructions on transporting cremated remains as a carry-on item.

If a Customer or funeral/cremation facility chooses to transport cremated remains via Swift Air, a 48-hour advance notice is required. Prearranged and detailed communication between Swift Air and the crematorium are mandatory per federal security directives, and again, we recommend that cremated remains be presented for transport in a temporary plastic or cardboard container. 

Medications and Medical Oxygen


Medical Oxygen

Swift Air is not equipped to transport or provide medical oxygen or other hazardous materials and/or contained gas, either in the passenger cabin or as cargo or baggage. Any Customer who requires a constant supply of compressed or liquid medical oxygen cannot travel on Swift Air. If there is a question as to a Customer’s ability to travel the duration of a flight without the use of medical oxygen, we may request documentation from a licensed physician to verify that the Customer can complete the flight safely and without the use of medical oxygen.

Liquid oxygen cannot be carried onboard our aircraft. If a liquid oxygen unit is empty (and contains a gauge or color indicator verifying the unit is empty), then the unit can be transported, as long as the valve remains open.

Musical Instruments

  • In the event you are traveling with a musical instrument that is larger than our sizing requirements for carryon luggage and is fragile in nature, you may designate a seat for the instrument and carry it in the cabin under the following conditions:
    • The instrument must fit in the seat without blocking aircraft signage and be secured with a seatbelt.
    • The instrument must be placed in a row of seats aft of a bulkhead or divider.
  • Instruments that are transported in a soft-sided case or other packaging that is not strong enough to protect the instrument under normal baggage handling conditions will be conditionally accepted, which means that Swift Air assumes no liability for any damage sustained to the item during transport.

Seafood and Other Perishable Items

Packing Rules

Seafood (including fresh seafood, shrimp, fish of all kinds, live lobsters, live crabs, and live crawfish), meat, fowl, game, and other perishable foods must be suitably packed in leak-proof containers. Styrofoam® or other plastic foam containers are not acceptable for frozen food or other items that may leak during transit.

  • Items must be wrapped in heavy plastic, and bags must be securely sealed to prevent leakage (except when used for live seafood shipments where air flow is required).
  • Styrofoam® (or other plastic foam) inserts should be used between the plastic bag and the inner wall of the carton.
  • If the items require refrigeration, they should be packed with a self-contained refrigerant.
  • These items are subject to inspection by a Swift Air Employee and will be conditionally accepted. (Swift Air assumes no liability for damage sustained during transport.)

Refrigerants: Shipments packed in wet ice will not be accepted unless the ice is contained in sealed polyethylene bags (Ziploc® bags). Frozen gels or dry ice/carbon dioxide are the preferred refrigerants. Dry ice/carbon dioxide may be used as a refrigerant for perishables under the following limitations:

  • Dry ice/carbon dioxide may not weigh more than five pounds in checked baggage or four pounds in carryon baggage.
  • The package must be designed to permit the release of carbon dioxide gas to prevent buildup of pressure.
  • The outside of the container must be marked “dry ice” or “carbon dioxide solid.” The net weight of the dry ice and the contents of the package must also be shown.

 Sports Equipment

The following items may be checked at no charge (unless a charge is specified), and will count toward the three piece free baggage allowance for each fare-paying passenger:

  • Tennis racquets should be properly protected to prevent damage. If a racquet is not properly covered, it will be conditionally accepted. Swift Air assumes no liability for damage sustained during transport.
  • Skateboards are allowed as carryons. If the skateboard fits under the seat, it does not need to be in a bag or covered, but it does have to be stowed with the wheels up so that it doesn’t roll. If stowed in an overhead bin, a skateboard must be stowed with the wheels up and needs to be in a bag or have the wheels covered (trash bag is acceptable) so as not to damage other articles.
  • Golf clubs in a hooded or soft-sided golf bag are conditionally accepted. Golf clubs that are transported in a hard, plastic travel case should be tagged with a regular tag. Golf equipment includes golf clubs, golf balls, and golf shoes, contained in one bag.
  • Bowling balls may be accepted as checked or carryon baggage in an appropriate bowling bag with a metal frame specifically designed for transporting bowling balls. Any bowling ball that is not packed in an appropriate bowling ball bag will be conditionally accepted. Bowling balls carried onboard must be stowed underneath the seat only.
  • SCUBA equipment is conditionally accepted as checked baggage provided the SCUBA tank is verifiably empty and the valves are removed at the time of acceptance. SCUBA equipment includes masks, flippers, and a tank.
  • Fishing rods and tackle boxes will be accepted as checked or carryon baggage provided the carryon rod fits securely in the overhead bin when enclosed in a cylindrical fishing rod container. When checking rods, containers may measure three inches in diameter and 72 inches in length. Fishing equipment includes a fishing rod and a fishing tackle box.
  • Archery equipment is conditionally accepted only as checked baggage provided the bow and arrows are in a suitable case or container. Average size targets are also acceptable. Archery equipment includes bow, arrows, and average size target.
  • Knives, dress sabers and swords are allowed in checked baggage only.
  • Snow or water skis are accepted when enclosed in a suitable container and will  be conditionally accepted unless they are being transported in a hard, plastic case or standard ski bag. Parachutes are allowed in checked or carryon baggage, but may not be worn in flight.
  • Hockey and Lacrosse sticks will be accepted as checked baggage but will count toward the sporting goods free allowance.
  • Surfboards will be transported as checked baggage.  Keels and fins must be removed and placed in carryon or checked baggage.
  • Boogieboards may be checked as baggage.
  • Windsurfing/sail boards may be transported as checked baggage. They must be transported with keel removed and placed in checked baggage to prevent damage to the sail, boom, and other baggage.
  • Vaulting poles may be transported as checked baggage.  Rigid covers or containers cannot be used to transport them.
  • Non-motorized Bicycles, including Bike Friday and Co-Pilot, will be accepted as checked baggage. (Maximum weight is 50 pounds and maximum size is 62 inches (length + width + height). The handlebars, kickstand, and pedals must be removed and placed inside the box.
  • Life rafts may be transported. If the life raft meets the carryon sizing criteria it may be carried onboard, but will count as a carryon bag. Cartridges associated with a self-inflating life raft must be removed and are not allowed on Swift Air.

Self-inflating life vests with two small gas cylinders (cartridges) and two small spare cylinders are allowed in checked baggage