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New service lands at Bristol Airport

Posted 2 August 2022

Passengers flying with Jet2, easyJet and TUI now have the opportunity to check in their hold luggage the evening before they fly, with Twilight Check-in.

Image courtesy Bristol Airport

Twilight check-in is a totally free service available seven days a week and allows customers to skip check-in on the morning of their flight and head straight through security. By using this service, luggage will have already been sorted and will be ready for the departing flight. It particularly provides customers who are staying overnight at the onsite Hampton by Hilton hotel, other local hotels or Bed & Breakfast’s peace of mind prior to an early flight departure.

Bristol Airport already ask travellers to arrive at the airport when airlines are advising passengers to check-in. Arriving too early will lead to congestion and may put a strain on the operations of the earlier departures. To help with the morning peak and in a bid to ease queues at check-in and security customers are being advised to use the Twilight/ Bag Drop Off service if flying out the following morning.

Richard Thomasson, Head of Customer Operations, Bristol Airport said: “We have seen a rapid increase in customers using Bristol Airport over the past two months after the huge pent-up demand for travel. We are now delighted to offer Twilight/ Drop Off bag service for flights departing with Jet2, easyJet and TUI. Having the option to check-in the night before will provide a much smoother passage on the morning of travel and deliver a seamless airport experience ahead of taking a well-earned summer holiday with friends and family. We are encouraging customers to take advantage of this service if they can and to check with their airline to find out more information on when their Twilight/Bag Drop desks open."

 


 

 

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