It seems the drive to monetise any service continues as Aer Lingus is outsourcing its lost property services. WeReturnit.com will now run the service for the airline for items left on the plane and in the Aer Lingus lounge at Dublin Airport.
We are delighted to announce @aerlingus as our latest #propertypartner
We look forward to repatriating #lostproperty worldwide to @aerlingus Guests @DublinAirport #customerservice #smartflies pic.twitter.com/1EjcGA16P8
— wereturnit.com (@wereturnit) February 15, 2018
As you can guess, WeReturnIt isn’t running this lost property service out of the love of its heart – this service is going to cost to use.
Here’s the magic numbers from their website, with costs starting at €20 for a wallet, passport, keys or a purse, and upwards to €30 for a phone or bag, €40 for a tabelt and €60 for a laptop.
The fee includes delivery to locations in the European Union area. Worldwide delivery fees are priced on-demand.
WeReturnIt.com also operates with EuropCare Ireland, and Norwegian in London Gatwick.
Whislt extra costs to retrieve lost items are never welcome, the possibility of getting a lost item back is always welcome – and depending on the item (such as a laptop or a passport) – the quicker it returns, the better.
Sometimes, taking a couple of extra minutes before you leave a plane or lounge to ensure you have everything.
But if you do miss something – at least there’s a service to pick it up for you, and send it to your door.
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