Our Bags VIP luggage delivery service helps to make travel easier. We pick up your bags at baggage claim and deliver them to any address within 100 miles. This airport luggage delivery service can be used at more than 250 airports throughout the U.S. Not surprisingly, we have the most scheduled home, hotel, and business deliveries at the country’s busiest airports.
1. Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport
The world’s busiest passenger airport also has the largest number of take-offs and landings. ATL serves 150 U.S. destinations and more than 75 international destinations in 50 countries. The 398-foot air traffic control tower is the tallest in North America and the fourth tallest in the world.
2. Los Angeles International Airport
The country’s second busiest airport is the only airport in the country to serve as a hub for all three legacy airlines (Delta, United, and American). LAX’s futuristic Googie-themed structure was constructed in 1961 and resembles a flying saucer that has landed on its four legs. The renovated Tom Bradley International Terminal can handle newer, larger aircraft like the Airbus A380; in fact, LAX has more A380 services than any other North American city.
3. O’Hare International Airport
Chicago’s O’Hare is the largest flight departure hub for United, operating a total of 585 flights daily and accounting for almost half of total passengers through the Midwest’s busiest airport. O’Hare also boasts flights to more than 60 international destinations.
4. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
DFW serves 204 destinations from 155 gates and 7 runways. The airport provides 143,000 full-time jobs and contributes $31.6 billion to the economy. It is the largest hub for American Airlines, which is headquartered near the airport. And every major city in the continental United States is within a four-hour flight from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
5. Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport is the country’s largest airport in terms of total area. Their runway 16R/34L is the longest public use runway in the United States. The airport’s architecturally impressive Jeppesen Terminal, with its easily recognizable peaked roof, evokes Colorado’s snow-capped mountains and Native American teepees, and was designed by Fentress Bradburn Architects.
6. John F. Kennedy International Airport
JFK contributes about $30.6 billion in economic activity to the New York/New Jersey region, generating approximately 213,000 total jobs and about $11.3 billion in wages and salaries. The airport has more than 400,000 flights each year and sees almost 50 million passengers move through its six terminals.
7. San Francisco International Airport
SFO is California’s second busiest airport, welcoming more than 46 million passengers last year. The airport serves as Virgin America’s principal base of operations and is the sole maintenance hub of United Airlines. The International Terminal, designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, opened in 2000. It is the largest international terminal in North America and the largest building in the world built on base isolators to protect against earthquakes.
8. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Our free Early Bag Check service is available at Sky Harbor’s East Economy Parking and 44th Street PHX Sky Train® stations, as well as at the Car Rental Center. American Airlines, Southwest Airlines and US Airways passengers can check their bags, get boarding passes, and check in for flights when they return their rental car, eliminating the need to carry all their luggage onto the shuttle bus that transports passengers to PHX’s three terminals.
9. Charlotte Douglas International Airport
CLT offers 714 daily departures to 151 destinations. The airport welcomed more than 43 million passengers in 2013 and is the largest hub for US Airways. Charlotte Douglas International Airport is one of the few airports in the country with a public viewing area where visitors can watch planes take off, land, and taxi to and from runway 18C/36C.
10. Miami International Airport
Miami International Airport is the largest U.S. gateway for Latin America and the Caribbean and is one of the busiest international passenger and freight airports in the world. The airport welcomed more than 40 million passengers in 2013. MIA’s annual economic impact is $32.8 billion; in fact, the airport, combined with related aviation industries, contributes more than 272,000 jobs directly and indirectly to the local economy.