Self-tagging and flight change kiosks installed at Luxembourg Airport

Luxembourg Airport self service
Passengers flying with Luxair, SAS and KLM will benefit from the installation of 10 new self-service kiosks at Luxembourg Airport, which handled almost 2.5 million passengers in 2014.

Travellers flying from Luxembourg Airport can now switch to an earlier flight using new self-service kiosks, which also allow passengers to print their own bag tags.

Five kiosks have been installed exclusively for Luxair passengers and a further five kiosks can be used by passengers flying with KLM, SAS and Luxair. Those who have booked a business or full fare economy ticket can check-in for an earlier flight if they have arrived at the airport early and if there is a seat available on the earlier flight.

The installation of the self-service kiosks is part of a wider programme to improve the passenger experience, which extends to the security checkpoint, where smaller, lighter trays have been introduced and benches have been added to help create a more relaxing atmosphere in the post-security re-composure area.

The latest developments follow the introduction of free Wi-Fi throughout the airport and the installation of charging point for passengers’ electronic devices.



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