A new self-service bag drop system has gone live at Incheon Airport and can initially be used by passengers flying with Asiana Airlines and Korean Air.
Etihad Airways has invested in a baggage tracking system, ensuring it is well prepared for IATA’s Resolution 753, which will come into effect in June 2018.
This week saw the launch of the DS BAGTAG – a new electronic, permanent bag tag – as airlines weigh up the benefits of moving away from traditional paper tags.
AirAsia has launched a new self-service bag drop solution at Senai International Airport – the first of its kind at a Malaysian airport.
The SITA 2015 Baggage Report shows that 7.3 bags per 1,000 were mishandled in 2014, with almost half due to transfer mishandling.
FastTrack Company has launched the Eviate eTrack, a new baggage tracking device that allows travellers to track their luggage via their smartphone.
Air France passengers flying from Charles de Gaulle Airport’s T2E and T2F can now make use of self-service bag drop after AdP put 20 new units live.
Delta Air Lines has made a promise that domestic passengers’ checked bags will be ready for collection on the baggage carousel within 20 minutes of arrival.
All of British Airways’ domestic passengers arriving at London City Airport can now opt to have their bags collected from the reclaim belt while they continue their journey.