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Skywest CRJ-200 Cargo?

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Dec 20, 2001
I am flying my bike in a bike box on a CRJ-200, any issues with fitting it the cargo hold of the 200s?

NO problem-

As long as your bike is made for a 6 year old.
bike box fits fine, ive done it many times. Although its cheaper to ship using the fedex discount or whatever your airline gets. typically less than $100.
I think sitting on the beach reassembling your bike would be a very relaxing vacation.

You'll probably need a welder..........
What an idea with an old CRJ-200 strip it out and figure out a way to feed another of the major carriers...FedEX, UPS or who is the yellow and red folks..
I'd ship it FedEx with the discount. Less hassle, probably cheaper as well.
I shipped a bike to Kona with the Fedex discount for $75 2 Day shipping. Buyer picked it up at the Fedex shipping center.

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