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FAQ: Air Traveler's Handbook 2/4 [Monthly posting]
Section - [2-17] Bicycles

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Most airlines charge about $45 one way to ship a bike. If you belong
to the League of American Bicyclists ($25 annual membership fee for
individuals, $30 for families, call 1-800-288-BIKE (1-800-288-2453)
for info), you can get free bike passes on America West, Northwest,
TWA, and USAir if you book your tickets through the Sports National
Reservation Center, the LAB's travel agency. [LAB formerly known as
League of American Wheelmen.] Some folks report that you don't have to
use the LAB's travel agency; call your airline to check.

Bikes fly free on Northwest if you're a member of an Adventure Cycling
affiliated club.

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