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Skates, skateboard or scooter

You can carry them as long as they are not mechanical

In terms of carriage, they are defined as:

One bag with one pair of skates or one skateboard or a scooter with one set of protectors (elbow pads, knee pads, etc.) and a helmet.
Recreational devices such as hover boards, airwheels and mini-segways are not accepted in either checked or carry-on baggage.

Allowance

For long-haul flights (America, Asia and South Africa), it is considered an item that can be carried within the passenger's allowance. If you add other items, exceeding the permitted number of free items, it will be considered excess baggage.

For short-haul and medium-haul flights, a single fee of €45* applies, regardless of the luggage allowance.
The maximum weight allowed shall be 23 kg with an overweight fee for weights of up to 32 kg. The fee must be paid at the airport


*If the operator is not Iberia, check the particular carriage conditions and allowances with the company. On IB5000 (Vueling) point-to-point routes or flights that connect one IB5000 flight with another IB5000 flight, the cost will be €45 for each flight.