I was recently spending time with a friend who just flew home on Delta from a two-week business trip. He flew from LAX-ATL-MCO and while his flight was delayed over an hour due to a mechanical issue, the biggest grump he had was that it took over 45 minutes for his luggage to arrive after landing.
Now I grew up flying out of Newark Airport so long waits for luggage are nothing new for me. In fact, I was always amazed at how fast my baggage showed up when flying to Orlando compared to what I was accustomed to at home.
Times have changed and Orlando Airport is no longer a small airport in Central Florida. It’s the biggest airport in the state and is going through some growing pains.
While most departing passengers notice the long lines at the TSA checkpoints, Orlando residents know that it’s been taking longer and longer for checked bags to show up at the carousels.
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Sometimes when you travel you just have too much luggage – too many bags, too much weight, you name it. Or another example – I remember one time Joe and I had a trip where we started in Los Angeles (where it was warm), and then went to Alaska (where it was cold), so we needed to have a week’s worth of entirely different sets of clothing. So what do you do? Well, you can pay for multiple bags. Or have overstuffed bags that are too heavy.
Or you can have your bags shipped!
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Have you ever had an extended layover where you have the opportunity to go visit a city for a few hours? We did, when we purposely planned a several-hour stopover in Dublin so we could have lunch at one of our favorite restaurants in the world. We lucked out in that were were lockers available at Dublin Airport but sometimes there aren’t. Or maybe you’ve checked out of your Airbnb and there aren’t any places to store your stuff for a few hours before you’re ready to go on your way.
As they say, necessity is the mother of all invention, and an entrepreneur named Jannik Lawaetz has developed a system for you to safely leave your luggage for a few hours, paying by the hour.
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