General recommendations​

Please keep in mind that the authorities may open and seize the baggage even if it has been shrink-wrapped and without your presence being required.

Regardless of the type of item you choose to store your belongings in (bag, box, etc.) it must have your name and address placed on the outside for easy recognition.

  Put​ the heaviest items at the bottom of the suitcase to prevent the clothes from creasing.

• Pack your shoes in plastic bags so they don’t soil your clothes.

• Place liquids (shampoo, lotions and cosmetics) in plastic containers and in a bag to avoid staining your clothes.

• Avoid taking fragile items in your baggage. We recommend using our freight service.

• When choosing your bag, please keep our policy on free baggage allowance in mind. 

                                    

​• Remove the tags from previous flights.

• Identify your baggage both inside and outside with your name, address, city, country and telephone number, including area code (of your city of origin or destination, according to your preference).

• Make sure you’re prepared for any incident using the security seals that you can find in the service modules.

• Check that the number of baggage tag stubs you’re given correspond to the number of checked bags and keep them with you until they’re requested at your destination.

• Poorly packaged items can be received with a limited liability ticket.

 

            

Also

At airports where it’s possible, and if the authorities allow it, baggage can be checked a maximum of 4 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure.

If the customs regulations allow it, baggage will checked through to the final destination. Sometimes for international flights at the connection point (especially in the U.S.), you’ll need to collect your baggage, go through the customs control, and give it back to the airline again.


​• F​or your safe​ty, never agree to remove, look after or carry bags for strangers.

• Claim your bagga​​ge as soon as you arrive at the destination airport. 

• Make sure the baggage tag matches the baggage tag you were given. 

• If you’re not able to locate your baggage on arrival, you must notify a member of the baggage staff before leaving the airport. They’ll explain the procedure to deliver your belongings. Remember you can use our baggage tracer to follow up the process.​​​​

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Identify your baggage with something extra to make it look unique (a sticker or colored ribbons for example), to avoid another passenger taking it by mistake at the baggage carrousel.




Arrive at the airport well before your flight so you can carry out the Check In process in complete calm. 




We strongly advise you not to exceed the capacity of your suitcase or try to force it closed, as doing so may lead to damage when it is handled.

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