How Shoud I Pack?
- What should I not pack?
- How do I label my baggage?
- How much weight should I pack per item?
- Do I seal my bags, boxes or cartons?
- Should I number the items of baggage?
- Should I do a packing list?
You will be surprised that some common items are not allowed on aircraft - remember you might be on the same aircraft.
Ensure that all items are considered ready for carriage only when each package is fully
- The Master air waybill number(11 digits e.g. 214-12345678)
- The House air waybill number(3 digits)
- Booking ref(e.g. P1234567)
- Destination Airport Code (3 letters e.g. DXB)
- Total number of pieces (e.g. If there are 2 pieces mark them 1/2, 2/2)
You must have your name and address including country of destination.
If you want us to help you to do it for you Professionally then, Labeling of consignments per package: £2.00 only.
For Health and Safety reasons we suggest that no more than 30 kilograms (60 pounds) be packed per item. We suggest if you cannot lift your baggage then how can our driver lift your baggage and most important of all when you arrive at your destination how do you pickup from the airport of destination.
Use common sense when you pack. You only pay for weight and not the number of pieces.
YES - We do not need to know or see what is inside. All baggage is subject to x-ray examination and search if necessary. Cargo Force or the International Airline will not open your baggage unless you are present. However, customs in any airport have the right to inspect without you present
YES - for more than one piece you should number each piece in case customs want to inspect at destination. (e.g. If there are 2 pieces mark them 1/2, 2/2) Also see Packing List
You should complete a packing list of what you have packed and also for customs at the destination might require a packing list. See Packing List Cargo Force does not require the packing list unless there is extra Insurance required or it is needed by the destination country.