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    Air Malta Special Offer

    Air Malta currently has a fantastic offer allowing divers to carry an additional bag up to 32kg for only €20 per sector.

    For further information visit http://www.airmalta.com/sportsoffer/

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    Just in time for my trip to Malta in December

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    you are very welcome. Enjoy your trip!

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    I'm off mid nov.... Will be taking everything including kitchen sink


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    Can one take multiple extra bags at €20 each. I'd like to take my scooter as well as my rebreather.

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    It'll be just one more thing for the airline to lose...

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    took 88kg 3 cases a few tears ago no problem great company to deal with

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    Thanks for dropping in.
    When we book Business Class (32kG as standard, plus peace and quiet at the airport) we get Priority tags clipped to our hold luggage by the very nice check in staff.

    Why is this?

    What does it signify and to whom?

    Rgds

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    Quote Originally Posted by wibble32 View Post
    Thanks for dropping in.
    When we book Business Class (32kG as standard, plus peace and quiet at the airport) we get Priority tags clipped to our hold luggage by the very nice check in staff.

    Why is this?

    What does it signify and to whom?

    Rgds
    It tells the baggage handlers which bags belong to rich customers, so are more likely to contain designer clothing, jewellery, and other posh stuff. Like having a big bag with "Scubapro" or similar on the side. Then the dodgy ones know which bags to have a look in.

    On a recent flight we had these tags on our bags and they came out first on the carousel. This might have been chance, or they might load them differently perhaps so they come out first.

    Digs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wibble32 View Post
    Thanks for dropping in.
    When we book Business Class (32kG as standard, plus peace and quiet at the airport) we get Priority tags clipped to our hold luggage by the very nice check in staff.

    Why is this?

    What does it signify and to whom?

    Rgds
    On long haul at least, it means your bags get special handling (in a good way) - last into the hold so they are first off. I always find the baggage hall a stressful experience and it's great to see your bags appear first on the conveyor.

    On boarding in London we were told very firmly to put batteries in our hold luggage. When we joined the queue for our connection in Guam a very polite lady approached with a couple of Greenforce F2 battery packs in her hand. She said we must put batteries in our hand luggage. She also commented that if we had been travelling tourist and not business then the batteries would have been held and we would not have seen them again.
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