Scilly Skybus Baggage Allowance
Single and Return Trips
Passengers are allowed the following:
One piece of hold luggage that weighs a maximum of 15kg and does not exceed 75cm x 50cm x 30cm.
One piece of cabin luggage that does not exceed the dimensions of 30cm x 15cm x 15 cm. Passengers can also bring on board a coat, small camera, binoculars or book.
Passengers flying with the Skybus airline on day trips are only allowed cabin luggage. The small bag must not be bigger than 30cm x 15cm x 15cm. Passengers can also bring a coat, small camera, binoculars or book.
For passengers who are carrying a bit more weight, you will need to pay £3 per extra kilo. Please note that there is limited excess luggage space onboard the aircraft. If there is no room for your extra luggage on your flight, it may be possible to find room on the next available flight.
Flying With Children on Scilly Skybus
Children under 24 months are required by law to sit safety in their parents or guardians lap throughout the journey.
Infants between the age of 0-2 years do not come with a luggage allowance. However, Skybus Airlines does allow for parents to bring on board a buggy or travel cot free of charge. Booster or car seats cannot be used during the flight and will need to be checked into the luggage hold.
Skybus Airlines Young Flyer Policy
If you have a minor that needs to fly unaccompanied, the parent or guardian needs to fill out a declaration form 48 hours before the flight departs. The parent or guardian named on the form must be present at the airport until the flight has left and the adult collecting the child must be present at the scheduled time of arrival.
Children under 8 years old must be accompanied by someone who is 16 years and over.
Children aged between 8 and 11 years old must have a Skybus Airline Young Flyer's Declaration Form.
Children aged 12 -15 can be treated as an unaccompanied minor at the parent's request.