Airport Authority Hong Kong has signed an agreement with Rockwell Collins for the installation of 120 of Type22’s common use self-service bag drop units.
Alaska Airlines has become just the second North American carrier to achieve Fast Travel Platinum status, which recognises airlines’ self-service efforts.
Melbourne Airport’s new T4 makes use of self-service check-in kiosks, automated bag drops and roaming check-in agents to streamline operations.
New self-service kiosks, mobile check-in desks, flexible flight information display screens and “smartwall” screens are being introduced at London City Airport.
Self-service check-in and self-tagging trials are now underway at Changi Airport, with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir passengers able to make use of 24 new kiosks.
Business and tourist visa holders, Mexican travellers with border crossing cards and airline crew are among those able to make use of the new kiosks.
High uptake of self-service bag drop has convinced Geneva Airport to install three additional units, which can be used by seven airlines’ passengers.
Bangalore International Airport Limited has partnered with Kaba to explore the benefits of e-gates at the entrance to the domestic security area.
All Nippon Airways (ANA) has launched self-service bag drop in Terminal 2 at Haneda Airport – the first such implementation at a Japanese airport.