OR Tambo introduces new bag collection service in Johannesburg
OR Tambo Internationa Airport has now introduced BagPortr - a sort of "baggage butler" that will collect a passenger's bag from their physical address or any point of collection before their flight starting with Johannesburg.
Joanne Joseph spoke to BagPortr founder Juan van Rensburg to find out more and how this will work.
Van Rensberg says they are currently working with international airlines Air France and KLM Airline.
It's an effortless travel so to speak. We basically take the check-in counter to your doorstep. We're basically the check-in facility and we facilitate your bag at that point and then transport it to the airport and we check it in onto the flights.Juan van Rensburg, Founder - BagPortr
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