2 robotic kiosks on trial in Terminal 1 between 05 and 28 February
SITA to supply common us check-in desks and self-service check-in kiosks
Plans to use biometrics across all key passenger service points
SpiceJet passengers at Mumbai can now print bag tags at self-service kiosks
Increased automation based on Heathrow Terminal 2 experience
Passengers can check-in and obtain boarding passes at the kiosks
Six kiosks to be installed
Implementation complete by end May 2016
Malta is the first European airport where BA offer self-tagging.
New terminal will have 130 check-in workstations
CUSS self-service kiosks will allow passengers to print their own boarding passes and tag their own bags.
China Eastern Airlines (MU) has plans to add 40 self-service check-in kiosks from NCR.
NCR CUSS kiosks are to be introduced at Ordos Ejin Horo (DSN) in China.
SITA is to introduce over 100 CUSS kiosks at San Diego as part of a project called San Diego’s “Green Build” due to finish in August 2013.
John Wayne Airport (SNA) has opened the new Terminal C. The new terminal has 48 CUSS kiosks from NCR and is one of the first airports in the US to be completely CUSS.
Airlines including QANTAS had to do manual check-in and issue hand written boarding passes
Air Canada, one of the leaders in self-service technology, has introduced new IER 918 Common Use Self Serve (CUSS) kiosks at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG).
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport has implemented SITA’s CUSS kiosks.
Passengers use any CUSS kiosk to check-in.
Boarding passes can be obtained at self service kiosks no matter how passengers have checked-in.