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Joost Tania • 4 months ago

Dear Karin,

Thank you for the above advise. However this stops at citing the limitations and stating that "All passengers travelling with Airlink must advise the airline at least three business days prior to departure that they will have photographic equipment, so that the necessary arrangements can be made.”

It would be helpful to us trade professionals, for you to share with us in more detail what the next steps would be Airlink will take for those photographers. Or want us to take in conjunction with Airlink.

To be realistic, besides the real selfie tourist, that only carries his or her cell phone for photography ALL OTHER safari travellers will easily pass those luggage restrictions. And taking a tripod along, can be of all dimensions but the lightweight ones are pretty standard for serious amateur photographers. When clients carry lighting and props and heavy duty tripods, then surely they need to make prior arrangements. We would.

Thank you for publicly sharing your follow up policies, options and costings on the above matter, to avoid clouding it.

Best greetings,

Joost Tania
Thika Travel