Last posting dates

It must be time to start Christmas shopping when the last posting dates are upon us, according to your local accountants in Stockport, IN Accountancy, .

The last recommended dates for posting International Standard (formerly Airmail) post are as follows:

  • Saturday 03 December for  Africa, Middle East
  • Wednesday 07 December for Asia, Cyprus, Eastern Europe (except Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia) Far East (including Japan)
  • Thursday 08 December for Caribbean, Central and South America
  • Saturday 10 December for Australia, Greece, New Zealand
  • Wednesday 14 December for Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland
  • Thursday 15 December for Canada, Finland, Sweden, USA
  • Friday 16 December for Austria, Denmark, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland
  • Saturday 17 December for Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg Post box with Merry Christmas sign on the front

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