Ship Unaccompanied Baggage and Save your Time and Energy
Moving your luggage halfway across the world is a delicate process. Have you ever paused to think of the
amount of time and effort you use lugging your baggage to your destination? Do you keep track of how much time you spend tapping your feet to headphone music as you wait on those long check-in lines? What of the security checks that you have to go through? And you go through all that knowing full well that the baggage conveyor belt has not even started. Don’t forget that you still have to go through foreign customs to get cleared. And during the whole arduous process you’re still dragging around your luggage. You can now avoid all this.
It’s way easier to simply have your unaccompanied baggage shipped so that you don’t have to carry it on the plane. Then again, you can’t just go selecting any shipping company. You need tailored services that make sending and receiving your baggage fast, effortless, safe and reliable. You need to be ascertained of prompt pick-up and delivery of your
unaccompanied baggage. But you also don’t want to break the bank, that’s why you need cheap international shipping services. So make the smart choice. When you do, all that’s left is to call or schedule an appointment online and couriers will pick up your luggage delivery at the time and place of your choice, wrap them up nice and tight, then send them on their way.
Excess Baggage Shipping
Sometimes you’re travelling overseas and you happen to exceed your baggage allowance. Don’t panic. All you need is to find yourself a cost-effective solution for shipping your excess luggage. Here’s how excess baggage works: Airlines come with strict limits on how much free baggage allowance a passenger can bring along on a flight. Of course, the allowance depends on the ticket class and where one is travelling to. In case you exceed the set weight limit by about 0.5kg, then the “excess baggage” charges apply. Usually, they’re based on “1% of the full priced economy class airfare” to a certain destination. The charges are made per kilogram, and some airlines go as far as to charge more than GBP 70 per kg of excess baggage.