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Can I Fly With An Electric Bike? Airline Ebike Regulations And Battery Power Limits Explained

16 Feb 2024 | Abstracted from Bike Radar

"Some airlines ban electric bikes altogether, while others may accept an ebike if the battery is removed. In any case, there’s a blanket upper limit of 160Wh for battery capacity and you may need pre-authorisation to carry one over 100Wh. Most ebike batteries exceed these figures.

"Alaska Airlines allows you to bring an electric bike, provided the battery is removed from the bike and carried as hand luggage."



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