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Sky Alps (BQ) seat map listing

Sky Alps is a new airline operating out of Bolzano, Italy. The airline was established in 2020 and is a subsidiary of Fri-El Green Power. The airline does not have its own operating certificate so it leases aircraft from other carriers to perform flights on its behalf. Sky Alps uses De Havilland Canada Q400 aircraft in a single class layout and connects Bolzano to a number of destinations in Italy, Germany, Spain, Croatia and Switzerland.

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De Havilland

Check in rules

Sky Alps online check-in is available from 48 (forty-eight) hours before the scheduled flight date up to 3 (three) hours before departure. In this case, the payment of a supplementary fee may be requested when checking in online. The airport check-in deadline could vary according to the airport. Therefore, the Passenger is required to inform of the time limits in force and to respect them. Sky Alps may provide the Passenger with an indication of the time limit for the check-in of the flight indicated on the Ticket; the Passenger should verify the information. The Passenger must complete the check-in operations and all administrative formalities within the established time limit. Passengers who show up at the check-in counter or at the boarding gate after the deadline for boarding acceptance will not be boarded and the relative Ticket will not be refunded, nor do they have the right to be refunded pursuant to the Applicable Law. In order to travel on a subsequent flight, the Passenger must make and pay for a new Sky Alps booking.

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There is a link on Sky Alps baggage rules. General rule is 8kg for 1 carry-on bag and 15kg for 1 checked bag. Checked Luggage: 100 x 50x 80cm. Carry-on Lugguage: 55x40x23cm Checked Baggage: the Passenger must attach a tag that contains at least name, surname, address and telephone number, inside and outside the Checked Baggage. Sky Alps will issue a Baggage Identification Tag for each Baggage; the Passenger is responsible to make sure to receive the correct Baggage Receipts. The Passenger must pick up his/her own Checked Baggage as soon as possible at the destination or transfer airport.

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Unaccompanied minors

Unaccompanied Minor (UM is a child between the age of 5 (five) and 11 (eleven) traveling without the accompaniment of an adult (person who has reached his 16th birthday). Sky Alps applies the following rules for UM: under 5 (five) years old, UM cannot travel alone and must travel together with a person at least 16 years of age (one child ticket and one adult ticket); from the 5 (five) years old until 12th (twelfth) birthday, UM can travel without the accompaniment of an adult. Personnel will take care for the UM from check-in until the UM is collected by an agreed-upon person at the destination. On all routes there is a UM-price. In case that UM’s care is desired/required, please contact Sky Alps. UM’s tickets cannot be booked on-line and are subject to availability due to a limited number of UM allowed per flight. UM’s check-in is no later than 1 (one) hour prior to departure. At check-in time and during the entire Air Transport, UM shall carry a special form containing UM’s personal details, contact details, the person sending and the person picking up UM upon arrival. For additional information, please contact Sky Alps.

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Sky Alps will admit a maximum of 3 (three) infants per flight. Infants (children under the age of 2): Infants can only travel accompanied by an adult. It is permitted to bring only 1 (one) infant per adult. Infants are to sit on adult’s lap. No seat is assigned to infants. The accompanying adult receives a special extension belt for infant, to be fastened when advised. The use of infant car seat is not allowed during take-off/landing.

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Sky Alps accepts one live animal per Passenger for transportation, subject to acceptance and approval of the Passenger's request by Sky Alps. The animal must not weigh more than 8 (eight) kg and not be less than 12 (twelve) weeks old. Animal’s transport box: The animal must be placed in an IATA-approved transport box or bag, in any case the transport box shall have the following features: large enough to allow the animal to lie down; however, the transport box shall not exceed 45 x 23 x 25 cm or 45 x 42 x 20 cm.

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