1-800 Courier - Next Flight Out Service (NFO)
When it's necessary to move your shipment a long distance in a short amount of time, our 1-800Courier Next Flight Out Service offers a great way to reduce transit time. There are more than 28,000 domestic commercial flights each day. By linking our network of agents with these flights, we can move your shipments anywhere in the United States within one day, in most cases.
Next Flight Out (NFO)Delivery by 1-800Courier redefines same day package delivery. By utilizing our partner courier companies and major airlines, A1Express gets your time-sensitive packages on the very next flight out and in your customer’s hands as soon as possible.
Small or large – Few or Many, 1-800Courier’s team of Next Flight Out specialists will determine the most appropriate flight for your cross-country delivery needs. So, if your package has to get there as fast as possible, let A1Express deliver it on the Next Flight Out.
How it Works:
An A1Express courier service partner will pick up the package from the specified location and drop it off at the proper airline terminal of the next flight out. Upon arrival, another A1Express courier service partner will pick up the package from the airport and deliver it to its final destination. All of this is done while maintaining on-time delivery and effective NFO pricing.
Federal Guidelines:The security requirements of package delivery are under constant scrutiny. Customers can be certain that A1Express is compliant with all Transportation Security Administration (TSA) guidelines. Our Next Flight Out packages are handled with care, concern and caution.
Become a Known Shipper* with 1-800Courier and have all of your nationwide expedite delivery needs handled with our Next Flight Out delivery solution. Call (800) 268-7437 for more information on how 1-800Courier can quickly assist you with becoming a known shipper and getting a Next Flight Out account.
* The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has determined that due to the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001, greater security measures are required in the transportation of Air Cargo. Therefore, only cargo that has been verified and documented with the carrier as KNOWN SHIPPER cargo can be offered to a passenger air carrier.