SCOTS heavyweight golfer Andrew Coltart was carrying a few pounds of excess luggage
when he arrived in Perth for his first tournament of 2000.
They were regularly referred to as "the body bags" and have more than once been the cause of missed flights and excess luggage
charges that could cost thousands of dollars over the course of a tour.
Three months later, Mike Gatting was charged excess luggage
at Heathrow after marching through the red channel at customs and declaring one antique urn and two one-day trophies.
The news completes a miserable week for the Donegal beauty, who was hit with an excess luggage
fee of EUR4,000 on her way to China and then failed to make the final of the first contest on Sunday.
First to offer self-service excess luggage
At that time, all the items that we had gathered were allowed to go as free excess luggage
by one of the major airlines.
You're still standing in queues, still paying for excess luggage
But the fun started before the concert when they got an upgrade to business class - probably because they spent so much on excess luggage
This is especially prevalent in locations such as New York City, where many of the shoppers in big name specialty stores, such as Bergdorf Goodman, prefer not having to deal with carrying multiple bags or taking back excess luggage
Yes, I took the money from him to allow him to consign the excess luggage
on the flight .
charges now levied by airlines could cost a holidaying family of four nearly GBP500.
By shipping bags in advance, Sports Express allows travelers to avoid the inherent delays and inconveniences of traveling with bulky or excess luggage
Tot up airport taxes, fuel supplements, excess luggage
surcharges and a few other extras Ryanair have thought up.
It has pumped up the charges for excess luggage
and now charges EUR7per kilo.
Per the Daily News article, she insisted on four carry-on bags and having a nonticketed person carry this excess luggage
on the plane for her, both safety violations.