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Bags which exceed the allowed size (or number, or weight) for carry-on are not gate-checked for free. You are charged a fee for this, which is usually more expensive than if you had paid for it in advance. Items which are gate-checked for free are those within the allowance which won’t fit in the cabin due to lack of space or because the aircraft has smaller ...


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The rules are complicated: See https://www.gov.uk/bringing-goods-into-uk-personal-use/arriving-in-Great-Britain If your items were originally purchased in the UK or the EU (and not in the US) and you didn't establish a second residency in the US, then typically there is no customs due. However the rules are complicated and you may have to prove somehow that ...


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Moved here as requested above. I think the procedure i called "Returned Goods Relief" and I think the info in this link supplements the info & link posted by Hilmar. From link, about half way down: "You can claim Returned Goods Relief in the normal way, orally or by conduct (walking through the green channel). If you are sending your items ...


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When I was traveling with my wife, we needed to mail back some of our luggage both from Japan and from USA to Poland. Our customs are known for applying fees whenever they can, but they just let both cartons thorough, seeing obviously used equipment (incl. rehabilitation equipment they reclassified on their own to "child toy"), souvenirs and ...


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I'll summarize the answer that this question received in the comment section: what VivaAerobús calls "delivery of baggage in connection" at MEX airport is simply a baggage drop for international to domestic connections where passengers retrieve their luggage when they land, go through the Mexican customs, and drop it there at the place where the OP ...


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