Depending on who you fly with and where you're going you could be paying between $100 and $400 round trip for your board: Keep that in your pocket and get a great ride on Nobile Split Boards Here

This year we've taken a look at some of the more common airlines in the USA and their policies on kite makes any of the split board options from Nobile increasingly attractive:

  • Jet Blue:
    • $50 each way as long as it's under 100 lbs. NOT accepted at all to: Bermuda, Haiti, Peru, Port of Spain, Santo Domingo and Santiago, Dominican Republic. 
    • Watch out for blackout dates and oversize baggage embargo dates. We've had customers get refused at the airport bringing their gear on JetBlue
  • Delta: 
    • $150 each way for travel to all regions (excluding Brazil)
    • $100 each way for travel to/from Brazil
    • Boards over 115 linear inches (L+W+H) will not be accepted
    • Kiteboards will not be accepted as part of the passenger's baggage allowance
    • All kiteboard equipment is accepted up to 70 pounds at a flat rate
    • Kiteboards are not accepted on flights operated by Express Jet
  • American Airlines:
    • $150 each way
    • Board under 62" in length and bag under 50lbs in total weghit
  • United Airlines:
    • $150 domestic and $200 international if the bag is over 62 total linear inches (Length+width+height)
    • Equipment over 115" will not be accepted
    • Again watch out for excess baggage embargo