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    Air Malta Special Offer

    Air Malta currently has a fantastic offer allowing divers to carry an additional bag up to 32kg for only €20 per sector.

    For further information visit http://www.airmalta.com/sportsoffer/

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    Just in time for my trip to Malta in December

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    you are very welcome. Enjoy your trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLOC View Post
    Just in time for my trip to Malta in December

    Thank you
    When are you in Malta? I am there over Christmas. I am with family but looking to do some diving with Techwise.


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    I'm off mid nov.... Will be taking everything including kitchen sink


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    Can one take multiple extra bags at €20 each. I'd like to take my scooter as well as my rebreather.

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    Dear nickb

    Yes, you can take multiple bags at €20 each and this offer applies to a max of 3 piece.

    with regard to your scooter, has it drycell battery? can these scooter and breather fit in a suitcase. don't forget maximum weight per bag is 32kg.

    regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Air Malta View Post
    with regard to your scooter, has it drycell battery? can these scooter and breather fit in a suitcase. don't forget maximum weight per bag is 32kg
    The scooter has a 24V 16Ah NiMH battery.

    Both devices have their own peli cases and each weighs under 32kg

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickb View Post
    The scooter has a 24V 16Ah NiMH battery.

    Both devices have their own peli cases and each weighs under 32kg
    Dear Nickb

    sorry for the late reply. I have checked with our Safety & Compliance Section and they have informed me that any battery exceeding 12v has been excluded carriage by passengers. In addition, oxygen cylinders can only be accepted for transportation if they are completely empty.

    regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Air Malta View Post
    Dear Nickb

    sorry for the late reply. I have checked with our Safety & Compliance Section and they have informed me that any battery exceeding 12v has been excluded carriage by passengers. In addition, oxygen cylinders can only be accepted for transportation if they are completely empty.

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