Fly rail baggage or Fast baggage

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Jan 24, 2013 - 4:54 AM
Hello, I will flight from Brazil, (British Airways) to Zurich. B.A. doesn't operate with the system Fly Rail Baggage.
I will arrive in Zurich at 20:00 and I will take a train, next day, to St Moritz. Which one is the best system to send my luggage to St Moritz. Fly Rail or Fast Baggage? Is it easy to find the ticket desk in the airport ? Is it in the same terminal or is in the airport station?
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Jan 24, 2013 - 5:21 AM

Hi Adriana,

Fly Rail Baggage is supposed to be available regardless of the airline, see here. It would be the best options for you, I'm not even sure if the Fast Baggage service is available from the airport rail station, as the Fly Rail Baggage is the obvious service to use from there. It is available from the Zurich main station. You can find airport hotels here (including hotels that offer a free shuttle bus service from the airport). Train tickets can be purchased at the airport rail station, which is easy to find. I don't know if manned service desks are still open at that time, but regular tickets can always be purchased from machines. Depending on your further travel plans, a rail pass could be more convenient.

I hope this helps!

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