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1. Common-Use Bag Drop launched at Zurich Airport
Common-Use Bag Drop launched at Zurich Airport. Swissport International, a Ground Aviation Services specialist, and SITA have deployed a passenger bag-drop solution which allows a single bag-drop counter to be used to service passengers from several airlines in the same queue.
2. Bristol Airport Installs Self Service Bag Drop Technology
Bristol Airport in England has started trials of the latest self-service bag drop technology. Twelve self-service kiosks and four bag drop desks have been installed within the easyJet check-in area at the airport, and customer hosts are on hand to offer guidance and assistance to passengers throughout the trial.
3. klia2 to Install 15 More Scan&Fly Self-Service Bag Drop Units
Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminal 2 (klia2) is to install 15 more Scan&Fly self-service bag drop units, following the successful implementation of 15 units earlier this year. Baggage processing time has been cut in half for AirAsia passengers using SITA’s Scan&Fly bag drop technology at klia2 terminal, taking between 30-40 seconds on average compared to the 75 seconds pre
4. SITA to Improve Airport Bag Drop Solutions with Type22 Acquisition
SITA has acquired Type22, a market innovator that is driving the development of self-service bag drop solutions. The company, founded in 2006, is based in Delft, The Netherlands. The Type22 self bag drop portfolio, including Scan&Fly and Drop&Fly, will complement SITA’s suite of intelligent airport IT solutions designed to improve the entire passenger process from curb to arrival h
5. Moscow Domodedovo Airport and S7 Airlines Enhance Service with Self-Bag Drop Technology
Moscow Domodedovo Airport and S7 Airlines have implemented SITA’s Scan&Fly self-bag drop technology, providing passengers with a faster, more efficient process to check-in their own bags. The self-bag drop solution has been tested at S7 check-in counters since early September and more than 1,000 passengers have used the service which is designed to take less than 1 minute to comple
6. Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport Installs SITA’s Scan&Fly Bag Drop Units
Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport has become the first Italian airport to install SITA’s Scan&Fly bag drop units. The new bag drop units will initially be used by low-cost carrier Ryanair before being extended to other airlines. Bologna Airport is a fast-growing hub for Ryanair with more than 20 destinations and 170 flights a week.
7. Birmingham Airport Improves Travel Experience with New Bag Drop Solutions
In an attempt to reduce queue times and improve the overall travel experience, Birmingham Airport has implemented new bag drop solutions from Rockwell Collins. The new system allows travelers to self-tag their bags and streamlines the departure process by maximizing efficiency on the terminal floor.
8. Incheon Airport Expands Use of SITA’s Drop&Fly Technology
Incheon International Airport has deployed SITA’s self-service bag drop technology at its new Terminal 2 in preparation for the 100 million passengers projected by 2030. Drop&Fly simplifies the bag drop process, cutting time for passengers and improving their experience. This technology also makes more efficient use of terminal capacity and ensures more accurate baggage handling.

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