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Incheon Airport to introduce self-service bag drop

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Incheon Airport will introduce its new self-service bag

Incheon Airport will introduce its new self-service bag drop system in December 2014.

Incheon International Airport has revealed plans to introduce a new self-service bag drop system. When contacted by FTE, the airport confirmed that it has been planning the rollout of the new system since January and it is expected to go live in December.

Passengers flying with Korean Air and Asiana Airlines will be the first to be able to make use of the new system, which will allow them to complete bag tagging and bag drop in a one-step process. The airport is believed to be working with SK Telecom on the project.

While self-service bag drop has gained traction in Europe in recent years, uptake among Asian airports and airlines has been much slower.

However, AirAsia’s support of self-service processing, Changi Airport’s recent confirmation that it will trial self-tagging and bag drop alongside Jetstar Asia, and now Incheon Airport’s investment in the technology suggests that Asia’s major airports and airlines are starting to realise the benefits of automating the bag drop process.

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