16 new self-bag-drop kiosks installed
16 units for passengers of Air Asia and Spice Jet
New terminal features 50 self bag drops from ICM
12 kiosks and 4 self bag drops to be used by easyJet
But it adds more time and complexity for passengers
Increased automation based on Heathrow Terminal 2 experience
More than 40 kiosks at Terminal 2
Desk check-in no longer available at it’s largest base
Self-service bag drop on wheels
Has 48 self bag drops for easyJet
Starts with passengers with 1 checked bag
Available on flights from Mumbai to Delhi or Bangalore
Baggage handling automation is increasing
Malta is the first European airport where BA offer self-tagging.
The new systems aim to speed up the bagdrop process for passengers and reduce handling costs for the airport.
Alaska is just the fifth carrier in the world to achieve Platinum status, and the second North American carrier.
SWISS home print baggage tag option is now available for any SWISS flight from Zurich.
Self-service bag drop can reduce check-in times by 30 percent.
The new self bag drop system is available for passengers with Asiana Airlines and Korean Air, that have checked-in online or at a CUSS kiosk.
Ryanair passengers at London Stansted can now tag and drop their bags themselves