Member since 07 Nov 2017
Total posts 1
I'm travelling into and out of London relatively regularly and have come across a company called Airportr who can pick up and deliver luggage to and from the airport to the hotel. Has anyone used these guys before and if so what has your experience been?
30 pound seems pretty pricey but it's an interesting service...
Member since 18 Nov 2015
Total posts 110
Yes I used it in September, travelling from Heathrow to Hamburg.
I got them to pick up from my home three items: golf clubs, one large suitcase, one smaller bag. Very friendly guy that picked up the bags. Needed to show him my ID and my boarding pass. He then affixed tamper evident tags to my bags and took them away. Got an email within about an hour saying they had reached their depot. Then got an email the next morning saying they had been checked into my flight. Arrived at Hamburg later that day and my bags were on the carousel.On my return to Heathrow, I needed to check them in at Hamburg, collect at the baggage carousel at Heathrow, then I dropped them off with Airportr in the departure level at Heathrow. Again a very friendly rep met me (after having texted me when my flight landed to say where to meet). I arrived late in the evening and the bags were delivered to my home the next day.
All in all well worth the price when travelling with a lot of luggage.
Probably a bit of overkill if it was just for one bag. But I had my golf clubs, large suitcase and another bag. So it was nice to be able to jump on the Heathrow Express with just my hand luggage (both ways).
Member since 11 Apr 2015
Yes used twice. Once when had a number of suitcases and the other when I did a day trip and needed to store suitcase. Normally I would catch tube or more difficult Uber.
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 18 Jul 2017
Total posts 13
Originally Posted by DAREng
I've not flown First Class on either (only Business) but one crucial factor (for me) is that AA has in-flight wi-fi and BA doesn't. In-flight wi-fi is very high on my priority list for a flight of more than 4 hours.
Member since 12 Aug 2017
Total posts 31
I've done both BA and AA
Hi Guest, join in the discussion on
Airportr - anyone tried it?
Already have an ET account? Log in below.
Signing up with Executive Traveller only takes a second and lets you
interact with our community. It's completely free and we'll never pass your information on to
Didn’t receive an activation email? Resend one to yourself here.
If you’ve forgotten your password, simply enter your email address
below, then click 'Submit'. We’ll send you an email to re-activate your account and enter a new password.
If you have not received the activation email, simply enter your email address below, then click 'Submit'. We’ll send you an email containing the activation link.
Subscribe to our free newsletter and get the latest news, reviews, tips and more sent straight to your inbox