There is always a quicker was to receive your shipment from across the globe. Movone International provides several airfreight options that can best suite your needs.

Compared with ocean freight, air freight is must faster and safer. Air Freight is also ideal for smaller loads that fall below the minimum ocean freight size.

Air Freight is a great option for those shipping a small volume of goods or who happen to be pressed for time; it is used mainly for urgent and high-value items. The transit time of air freight is generally 1-5 days; depending on the type of service you prefer.

The air freight service generally cost more than ocean freight, because of the fact the rate is calculated by weight, not volume. Only if you have an oversized item does size become a key factor in pricing. However, for those with very small shipments, such a 1-3 boxes, this service will be a better route to take.

Next Flight Out (NFO)
Priority ‘Next Flight Out’ services are normally restricted to a baggage-based (as opposed to freight) check in of a package that is ultra-urgent. This is services generally delivers with 24 hours depending on location.

Door-to-door:   We have full origin services, where we pick up the shipment from your home and deliver the shipment to the nearest airport. From that point, we assign an agent abroad to receive your shipment on your behalf, clear customs and deliver the shipment to your final destination.

Door-to-Airport:   We have full origin services, where we pick up the shipment from your home and deliver the shipment to the nearest airport. Once the shipment arrives to the  final destination airport, you will be responsible to complete customs , where we will provide you with the necessary paperwork for custom clearance, once custom  is done, you can the arrange for collection of your shipment from the airport bonded warehouse.

Air Consolidation Services
As with sea freight, this is where the freight forwarder combines your shipment with others to create a more cost-effective load and gets better rates from the airline due to the economy of scale.

  1. Explosives: fireworks and firecrackers, detonating fuses, etc.;
  2. Gases: such as compressed gas, dry ice, fire extinguisher, gas cartridge, inflated ball, respirator, explosive automotive airbag, aerosol, gas lighter, gas cylinder, and lamp bulb etc.;
  3. Flammable liquid: e.g. paint, gasoline, alcohol, engine oil, camphor oil, engine starting fluid, turpentine, thinner, mucilage, perfume, insect sprays, air freshener etc.
  4. Flammable solid, pyrophoric substances, and substances that emit flammable gases in contact with water: e.g. activated carbon, titanium powder, copra, castor products, rubber debris, safety matches, dry white phosphorus , dry yellow phosphorus, magnesium powder, and solid gum, etc.
  5. Toxic and infectious items: pesticides, lithium batteries
  6. Corrosive items: e.g. batteries, alkaline battery electrolyte
  7. Magnetic substances without degaussing packaging, magnetic steel and other strong magnetic products: e.g. currency detectors, speakers, magnets
  8. Items dangerous to public health: e.g. corpses & bones (inc. incinerated), untanned hides, animal bones not processed with chemicals
  9. Oxidizers, organic peroxides, radioactive materials & corrosive items: e.g. chemical medicines, lab chemicals (potassium permanganate, sulphuric acid)
  10. Powder, liquids, pastes, and other items with danger signs on their packaging
  11. Biochemical products and infectious materials of all kinds: e.g. bacillus anthracis, dangerous pathogens, medical wastes