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The problem with Edinburgh is despite having a taxi rank, it's not outside the terminal (that area is reserved for buses). Since you are presumably arriving from Sweden, it will be a longer walk than from the domestic terminal. It's not a ponderous distance, but something to consider if you are carrying lots of luggage because getting to the taxi rank is ...


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Yes the airline and the airport both have the authority to inspect your baggage. I suppose you could simply leave the airport and withdraw your baggage if you decided you did not want it screened. Typically you agree with the carrier at time of purchase something like this RULE 25 REFUSAL TO TRANSPORT Delta may refuse to transport any passenger, ...


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An easy option is the tram and a train. The tram stops just in front of the airport, with departures every 10 minutes. Take the tram to Edinburgh Park station, where you can change onto the train. There are trains to Linlithgow about every 30 minutes. Both the trams and train should have plenty of space for luggage, though the train could get a bit crowded ...


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If you enter the locker area from the ground floor (not via the escalators), then by the lost property desk are a handy set of baggage sizers, so you can quickly work out what size you need! They look like this, rucksack included to help with a sense of size Having worked out what size you want, you then wander round the banks of lockers (of which there ...


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Air China has a dedicated page on purchasing excess luggage. There are a few restrictions including the availability of the service being only on non-codeshare flights. To date the price for one 23kg extra piece of luggage is 650RMB. Below is a screenshot from the linked website:



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