Rackets and other similar sports equipments for example: badminton racket, tennis racket, squash racket and similar objects would not be allowed to be brought on-board. However these items may be checked in and will be subject to security screening.
Additionally, can I carry badminton racket in flight?
Badminton racquets and bags cannot be taken on flights as hand luggage. They exceed the maximum size restrictions airlines have for hand luggage. … Hand luggage needs to fit into the overhead storage in the plane’s cabin.
In this regard, how do I keep my badminton racket from breaking?
How to Maintain and Care for your Racket
- If some strings are broken, this should prompt you to have your racket restringed.
- Stay on top of loose strings that can hamper your shot placement.
- Reduce sweet spot to increase the control over your shots.
Can I take fragile items in flight?
Under normal circumstances passengers will not be permitted to carry bulky musical instruments or other fragile items in the cabin, as these items inconvenience other passengers and can be a possible safety risk / hazard in the case of turbulent weather or emergencies.
Items such as cricket bats, golf clubs, dive knives, archery, hockey sticks, etc. cannot be transported as cabin luggage. You can take them with you in your checked baggage instead.
The swatters (the battery-operated, racquet-shaped mosquito ‘bats’ used at home) will be on the flights from this month onwards. Each plane will have two swatters, which the cabin crew will use under a defined process, excluding usage during plane refuelling.
There is no restriction on carrying fruits on domestic flights in India (except for coconuts, as pointed out by another forum member recently).
The mass of a modern Badminton Racket is between 2.46-3.35 oz (70-95 g). A Badminton Racket is a piece of sports equipment that has a handled frame with an open hoop with a network of strings stretched tightly. It is used to strike a shuttlecock in a Badminton match.
Rackets lose their string tension after a couple of games. If the strings become too loose, you will not be able to hit quick shots and your game will suffer. So, it is essential to restring the racket regularly. Regular playing not only damages the string but also affects other parts of the racket.
If you are interested in getting the lightest badminton racket that money can buy, then a search of available rackets shows that the Karakal BN-60 badminton racket weighs in at just 60 grams when unstrung. Coming in at a close second would be the Apacs Feather Weight 200 at 69 grams.
How long can a racket really last? In short, and all other things being equal, a racket for an intermediate, frequent player can last about two to three years. In this case we would consider the player player about two or three times a week and getting his or her racket restrung at least once a month.