A new partnership between British Airways and the start-up AirPortr means travellers can now journey to London airports and have their bags taken and checked in for them.
Starting 26 October
The service picks up luggage from either homes or offices across London and Greater London, transports it securely and checks it in, meaning travellers can save up to an hour of waiting time at the airport, as they can go straight through to security as if travelling with just carry-on luggage. Bags are then collected from the carousel at the destination airport.
The service starts at £30 for one bag, and an additional £10 for each extra bag, and delivers to Heathrow, Gatwick and London City Airport. Airportr also offers a bag collection and delivery in reverse, with one-hour delivery slots to a specified address, allowing travellers to attend meetings and travel around London without the need to carry their luggage.
AirPortr is currently only partnered with British Airways so any flights with another carrier are not eligible.
To take advantage of the service, or to find out more, please contact your Wexas Travel Management account manager or get in touch.
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