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New Delhi: AirAsia India has launched first of its kind door-to-door service, under the name ‘AirAsia Fly Porter’. Passengers who wish to avail this service will have their luggage picked up from their address in the departure city and delivered at their address in the city of arrival.

The service has been introduced at a very nominal fee of INR 500 in Bengaluru, New Delhi and Hyderabad in the first phase, whereas Mumbai will start receiving this service very soon.

With ‘AirAsia Fly Porter’ passengers can be assured safe packaging of luggage and sanitised & contactless procedures along with insurance cover of INR 5000 per baggage item.

“While touchless and contactless check-in and boarding have ensured that guests feel safe while opting for air travel, AirAsia India’s FlyPorter service now introduces a more safe, stringent, and hassle-free way to transport your baggage as well”. the airlines said

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