EasyJet is to offer collection, delivery, and door-to-door services, in collaboration with Airportr, the established airport luggage support company. British Airways is amongst the many users of the system.
For the future customers will be able to choose to check in their luggage from a designated pick up point, skip bag drop on departure and breeze past baggage collection on arrival.
The service is initially being introduced for customers flying to any easyJet destination from Gatwick and Geneva and will also be included for easyJet Flexi fare customers. Customers arriving into Geneva from any easyJet airport can book for a delivery of their bags to their final destination, typically their home or hotel.
The airline partnered with Airportr to introduce this new choice to help make travel even easier, following research that showed 40% of easyJet customers would be interested in these services to and from their flight.
EasyJet also becomes the first airline to include the service in a bundle fare, meaning Flexi fare customers flying from Gatwick and Geneva have the service included in their booking.
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