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Re:johnny air
« Reply #60 on: Dec 21, 2002 at 10:55 AM »
Has anybody heard from Johnny Air recently?  I e-mailed them around two weeks ago asking for details and I still don't have a response.

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Re:johnny air
« Reply #61 on: Dec 21, 2002 at 12:20 PM »
Has anybody heard from Johnny Air recently?  I e-mailed them around two weeks ago asking for details and I still don't have a response.


Hi, chet!
Just call them up if you haven't receive any response.
The staff are very very friendly indeed and customer oriented especially Leyden!  :)

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Re:How is Johnny Air Cargo?
« Reply #62 on: Dec 26, 2002 at 04:07 PM »
Merged two threads of Johnny Air into this one.  Thanks :)

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Re:johnny air
« Reply #63 on: Jan 03, 2003 at 05:58 PM »
Has anybody heard from Johnny Air recently?  I e-mailed them around two weeks ago asking for details and I still don't have a response.

I just mailed Aura black after the Christmas season to ask for the other rates and she immediately replied to my inquiries.  baka hindi nya lang nareceive or something must have gone wrong somewhere? ;)

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #64 on: Feb 03, 2003 at 12:00 PM »
Does anyone have the latest on Johnny Air? Do they still accommodate us PinoyDVD members?

I emailed Aura Black last week but still haven't received a reply.

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #65 on: Feb 03, 2003 at 12:25 PM »
 ;D ;D ;D

Mail mo na lang ulit pre.

Good Luck!  ;)

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #66 on: Feb 04, 2003 at 04:48 PM »
thanks morpheous! will do that in a while.

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #67 on: Feb 04, 2003 at 06:16 PM »
Does anyone have the latest on Johnny Air? Do they still accommodate us PinoyDVD members?

I emailed Aura Black last week but still haven't received a reply.

I got my ist package c/o Johnny Air Cargo.
 The first package that I ordered from Tower Records before Christmas was lost along in transit,  so they resend another one, but the sad thing is...they split my order in two packages!

Anyway, got my dvd's yesterday and I'm still waiting for the other one.

Thanks...Leyden I'll bring you sapin-sapin one of these days!  8)

Jaycat, if you haven't receive any email from them..just call them thru landline...their service is one of the best!

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #68 on: Feb 05, 2003 at 04:05 PM »
will be trying johnny air for the first time. will let you guys know it goes

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #69 on: Feb 05, 2003 at 04:10 PM »
thanks for your feedback, keating!

earlier today i was calling Johnny Air on the makati HQ phone numbers listed on their website, but no one was answering.

finally i was able to talk to Leyden on 812-4702 (a number listed in a much earlier post).  i was told that aura black is in davao, so that explains why i wasn't getting any replies to my emails. she answered my questions right away and will email me their proposal. so i guess i'm on a roll now.

kala ko Leyden and Aura Black are both based in Johnny Air New York. dito lang pala sila sa makati! gawd, what a moron i am!

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #70 on: Feb 06, 2003 at 12:30 AM »
also thought they were both in the states

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #71 on: Feb 18, 2003 at 06:10 PM »
finally got my package from Johnny Air. It took around 5 days lang since package was received at their new york office. Great service  ;D

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #72 on: Feb 18, 2003 at 06:24 PM »
I also got my package from Johnny Air Cargo  last saturday. I agree with bunkieboy, ok service nila. They even called me at the office to inform me that my package has arrived. :D

Highly recommended!! :D

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #73 on: Feb 18, 2003 at 09:06 PM »
Ditto :D.  Good service.  No post office customs blues.  Amazon sucks though :(.  Ang bagal.  May computer glitch pa kaya daw na delay yung orders ko.  But once Johnny Air NYC received the packages, it just took a week to for JAC to have these in Manila ready for picking up.

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #74 on: Feb 18, 2003 at 09:52 PM »
do you guys know if these rates also apply to other items or pang dvd lang/

the rate they gave me was:

handling fee $5
for every 2 lbs $5.50

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #75 on: Feb 18, 2003 at 10:32 PM »
yup, it applies to anything but they also use what is called as volume weight so for things such as toys which weigh light but are very big. the volume weight is the one applied. found that out the hard way. also, i think the rate is 5.5 per pound with a minimum of 1 pound plus the handling fee. 1 pound is equivalent to about 3 dvds

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #76 on: Feb 19, 2003 at 06:39 PM »
You can order up to 4 single dvd's to on-line stores then shipped to JAC N.Y., you'll only pay $10.50.  8)

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #77 on: Feb 19, 2003 at 06:53 PM »
You can order up to 4 single dvd's to on-line stores then shipped to JAC N.Y., you'll only pay $10.50.  8)
When, where, how do I pay the $10.50?
When...when I pick it up at JAC Mkti?
Where...in JAC Mkti?
How...$10.50 converted to pesos?

Hope you can clarify.  I'm thinking of trying this option.

Thank you.

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #78 on: Feb 20, 2003 at 05:41 PM »
do you guys know if these rates also apply to other items or pang dvd lang/

the rate they gave me was:

handling fee $5
for every 2 lbs $5.50

From what I remembered dun sa email ni Aura, I think it goes with all the items pero there are other items like digicams and laptops and other stuff that have special handling fees.   ;)

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #79 on: Feb 20, 2003 at 06:40 PM »
You can order up to 4 single dvd's to on-line stores then shipped to JAC N.Y., you'll only pay $10.50.  8)
When, where, how do I pay the $10.50?
When...when I pick it up at JAC Mkti?
Where...in JAC Mkti?
How...$10.50 converted to pesos?

Hope you can clarify.  I'm thinking of trying this option.

Thank you.

1. You'll pay $10.50 when your package arrives and you have two options where to pick it up, Greenbelt or JAC Sm Megamall.

2. They will inform/call you when your package arrives.

3. Sorry, I don't know their branch in Greenbelt, makati.

4. Yes, it will be converted to pesos.

Start shopping GL2814, tumataas ang dollar rate.  ;D

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #80 on: Feb 22, 2003 at 02:05 AM »
You can order up to 4 single dvd's to on-line stores then shipped to JAC N.Y., you'll only pay $10.50.  8)
When, where, how do I pay the $10.50?
When...when I pick it up at JAC Mkti?
Where...in JAC Mkti?
How...$10.50 converted to pesos?

Hope you can clarify.  I'm thinking of trying this option.

Thank you.

1. You'll pay $10.50 when your package arrives and you have two options where to pick it up, Greenbelt or JAC Sm Megamall.

2. They will inform/call you when your package arrives.

3. Sorry, I don't know their branch in Greenbelt, makati.

4. Yes, it will be converted to pesos.

Start shopping GL2814, tumataas ang dollar rate.  ;D

you can even instruct them to drop it off at your house. that is what i did with my first 2 orders. the guy who calls you will say that "you can pick it up in their branch", but you can insist for delivery at no extra cost  ;D

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #81 on: Feb 22, 2003 at 07:52 PM »

 can anyone here give me the complete address of JAC NY?

 What is the standard delivery arrival?

 tnx for your help guys

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #82 on: Feb 25, 2003 at 07:55 AM »
If I have several items that arrive on different dates at their New York branch, can I request to have them shipped together at a specified date para maka-save sa shipping cost?

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #83 on: Feb 25, 2003 at 08:36 AM »
yvette,
sorry but i don't think they can do that except on pakiusap. had to stop ordering from amazon and deepdiscountdvd because of this of the fact that these 2 online vendors will send their shipments in multiple packages. jac-ny doesn't have the facility to hold shipments because they ship as soon as they receive it.

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #84 on: Feb 25, 2003 at 09:36 AM »
They don't combine multiple packages for just one shipping. Malulugi naman yata sila, so be sure when you are ordering on-line make it 100% that your orders will only be shipped in one package.  8)

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #85 on: Feb 25, 2003 at 10:25 AM »
Kenis din yung in-orderan kong on-line store - told them to hold off my order until all are in - pero they went ahead and shipped... nasa JAC mega na package ko and it's a matter of picking it up there.

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #86 on: Feb 25, 2003 at 01:14 PM »
it's not jac's fault naman if the online retailer opts to ship your order by batches.

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #87 on: Feb 26, 2003 at 07:30 AM »

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #88 on: Feb 26, 2003 at 11:05 PM »
A nice review on Johnny Air:

My package arrived yesterday (Feb.25,2003), and they contacted my landline and told me to pick up the stuff at Megamall JAC branch. Went there today (Feb. 26) to pick up the package - to my surprise yung Boxed set na in-order ko from www.digitaleyes.net cost me P1,300something - malaki naman kasi ang packaging and it says 3.5 lbs (although 'di ko pina-test sa weighing scale) - surprisingly, the other package (which are toys) which also felt lighter than the DVDs cost me P2,700something - ('di ko rin pina-test) - the items were already pre-weighed at nakasulat na sa contract ang dapat kong bayaran - they also said that the size of the item affects the shipping rate - although they labeled it 7 lbs. I weighed the toy package when I got home (with box and everything) and it just weighted 4 lbs - yung boxed set na DVD 3 lbs. lang - by the way - I used a kitchen scale - yung pang-kilo ng mga baboy.

I'm a bit disappointed because the items were a steal at their price - the toys just cost me P1,500 and the boxed set at P2,000 - maybe I should have just used regular shipping and took my chance since konti lang ito (I heard that Antipolo post office is OK when it comes to packages - got some books and shipped it there - P20 bucks lang).

Yup, JAC is efficient - pero I did'nt have a very enjoyable first time and I would caution would be users especially when having items other than DVD shipped to you... I will be giving another thought when planning to use the JAC option.

Next time, I think I would request a package check (weight and dimension) before having it shipped. Just my 2 cents - not a story to let-down would be users... some are lucky, some are not - thankfully the items I got are worth the extra buck - pero masakit talaga...  :'(

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Re:Johnny Air
« Reply #89 on: Feb 27, 2003 at 12:49 AM »
hey people i use johnny air and i think they're great. though you must more or less be sure of the packages you send and that they are sent at the same time. If you have friedns down in the US always be sure to send the items first if you have other things beside dvd's and have them repackage stuff if they can with a 6x6x8 box. that way you'll be able to make sulit the price of your package. I never had any problems except for one time i decide to use their La office and my frnd who sent me a cd single lang ended up becoming a small fortune. I bought the disc in the US and the price of the disc was 5 US except in was waiting list when it got here i paid 950 pesos talk about rip off. And the package used was really small parang little envelope i tired to ask but they kept on saying LA office daw. Didnt want to argue any further kaya i just kep my mouth shut and brought hme my measly single.