All flights are over 90% full and loaded in one end. 130+ regular sized bags will not safely accommodate any unglassed board no matter how packed.How long is the board?
Is it a Brom Fish?
I'm gonna go against the grain here as I've packed a sh-tload of boards in my lifetime going all over the world
by planes, trains, and automobiles.
The lighter the load, the less chance it's going to get reamed is my theory.
A well packed shaped blank with the right method of bubble wrap in a good padded board bag & stick it on the plane.
If you want to fortify the bubble wrap with a heavier cardboard layer over deck & esp. bottom, then go for it before sticking in the bag.
The big focus is padding the entire perimeter of the rail, nose & tail which is easy to do with the right materials.
Crush zones for the perimeter can be achieved by using a combo of large & small bubble wrap preferably with the smaller (3/16" Bubble Mask rail strips) over
the top of the big bubble wrap. Use the better bubble wrap that resists bursting, not the cheap stuff. You can also put clear tape over the large bubbles along the
rail to keep bubbles from being collapsed on impact, with or w/o the 3/16" Bubble Mall or cardboard strips over the top.
Having al l the bubble wrap extend past the nose & tail then wrapping them w/tape and floding them into a crush barrier works wonders.
Slip into a padded 5mm day bag or preferably a 10mm travel bag, and you are good to go.
This will not work if some A Hole is intent on runnig a Forklift thru it.