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Passengers with excess luggage, pets or oversized items, such as skis, should check their airline's policies ahead of time.
Jet-lagged and lucky not be charged excess luggage for the bags under his eyes, Flintoff's arrival on tour was a more comforting experience than his last visit to Lahore.
If you're planning to bring along excess luggage, pets or oversized items such as skis, snowboards or golf clubs, be sure to check ahead to make sure those items conform to airline requirements.
Around nine per cent said drunken and noisy behaviour in-flight is the worst crime, eight per cent loathe stray elbows digging into their sides and five per cent detest constant chatter and excess luggage.
Once a year I head off for a weekend with my chums that necessitates a suitcase per person, each one of them so toe-crushingly heavy that we toss a coin to decide who has to remortgage the house if we go over the excess luggage limit.
But if you turned up at the airport with a ton and a half of cocaine the first thing Ryanair staff would do is charge you for excess luggage charges.
If you are planning to bring excess luggage, pets or oversized items such as golf clubs, bicycles or surfboards, check ahead to verify any fees and to make sure the items conform to airline requirements.
Our white-glove delivery service allows families to avoid the stress and inconvenience of traveling with bulky or excess luggage this summer.
If you have excess luggage, pets or oversized items such as bicycles, skis or even a Christmas tree, check ahead to verify any fees and to make sure the items conform to airline requirements.
Recipients will be responsible for arranging their own passports, medical insurance, excess luggage tariffs, and for personal spending money.
Recipients are responsible for arranging their own passports, medical insurance, excess luggage tariffs and personal spending money.
George, from Coatbridge, said: "These Turkish guys at the airport said the excess luggage couldn't be carried because of safety reasons.