The Delhi airport has started a service under which domestic and international passengers can get their excess baggage delivered from its Terminal 3 to any location in India, its operator DIAL said on Thursday. "For this, all they will have to do is visit the 'Avaan Excess' counter at Terminal 3 of the Delhi airport and book their excess baggage," GMR group-led Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) said in a statement.
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Passengers will have the option of getting their luggage delivered by air or by road, it said
DIAL said that its partner for this service is 'Avaan Excess'—powered by logistics company GATI—which will deliver baggage within 72 hours by air.
"If a passenger chooses delivery by road then baggage would reach the destination within 4-7 days. The booked baggage would be insured by the concessionaire," it said.
The service would prove beneficial for customers who may check-in with bulk luggage or need assistance otherwise at the airport, like senior citizens or those shifting from one place to another, DIAL said.