Airmule is the world's largest on-board courier platform. Our travelers earn money during their flights by selling most or all of their excess luggage allowance.
Would You Transport Goods to Earn Extra Travel Cash? | Frugal Travel GuyHave you ever booked a flight that included baggage in the base fare, but you didn't need all of the baggage allowance for yourself? Have you ever wished there were a way to fly at a reduced rate for bags you aren't using, or have the opportunity to use the space for something else?
New Apps Allow Air Travelers To Sell Unused Luggage SpaceIn principle, Airmule and Grabr seem to have found a unique way to capitalize on unused luggage space, providing boutique delivery service and a pathway for budget travelers to make a bit of money on the side. But their services are not without complexity or risk.
This App Will Pay For Your Checked Luggage SpaceAirmule offers you cheap or free flights in return for taking packages with you as checked luggage.
Airmule Pays You to Let TSA-Certified Shippers Use Your Luggage SpaceThese days, most airlines charge you to check a bag. If you have more space than you need in that bag, you might be able to earn extra cash. Airmule is a free app that connects travelers with TSA-approved shipping partners to send stuff overseas.
There's A New App Where You Can Score Free FlightsA new app called Airmule has a compelling premise for travelers who want to jet off without the price tag: free or almost-free international flights, in exchange for one small favor. According to the company, all you have to do is agree to use part of your luggage allowance to transport someone else's stuff, such as time-sensitive documents and small packages with legal contents.
5 Apps That Will Help You Make Money While TravelingFrom selling travel photos to packing extra luggage, here's how to make some dough on the road.
New app will ship your parcel faster with air passengersSkip to Content If you've ever checked in a half-empty bag ahead of a flight or flown without bringing any hand luggage, then you may well be missing out on a tidy profit from your travels. One start-up company Airmule is offering to team up lightly-luggaged flyers with people hoping to deliver packages at cheaper rates than express mail.
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