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33. Capacity Reductions and New Baggage Fees at Virgin Blue
Capacity Reductions and New Baggage Fees at Virgin Blue. In response to the record fuel prices, Virgin Blue Airlines, has confirmed it is to remove a further two aircraft from Australian flying, introduce new baggage fees and increase the airlines Flexible Fares.The airline is to remove a further two Boeing 737 aircraft from the Australian domestic market by October 2008, reducing
34. Cebu Pacific Implements New Check-In Baggage Policy on Cebgo Flights
Passengers booked on any Cebgo flight can now choose to purchase a large (32 kilograms) or extra-large (40 kilograms) check-in baggage. The opening of a higher baggage allowance for Cebgo flights is also available for passengers with connecting international flights on Cebu Pacific.
35. Thai AirAsia Launches Unlimited Insurance and Checked Baggage Promotions
Following the success of its recent travel pass promotion, Thai AirAsia today launched #BaggageLoadRuaRuaPass and an unlimited travel insurance promotion. For a fee of just 1,599 THB, travellers who do not have pre-booked baggage for their flights can check-in with 10 kg baggage on any domestic flight for a period of nine months from April. Published by on 15 Mar
36. Cebu Pacific Introduces New Baggage Policy
Cebu Pacific has introduced a new policy for handling oversized checked baggage. Beginning today, the airline's new policy limits the size of check-in baggage at 39 inches (approx. 99 centimeters). Published by on 1 February 2021.
37. Qantas Changing International Checked Baggage Policy
Qantas is changing its international checked baggage policy next month, moving from a weight system to a piece and weight system. The changes provide customers with a simplified policy and better alignment with the Qantas domestic checked baggage policy, which changed in June 2011 to a piece and weight-based system.
38. Airline Industry Improves Baggage Handling
Baggage management by the worlds airlines improved again in 2016 as the industry focuses on technology investments and prepares for a step-change in handling by June 2018. According to the SITA Baggage Report 2017 the rate of mishandled bags was 5.73 bags per thousand passengers in 2016, down 12.25% from the previous year and the lowest ever recorded.
39. SITA Baggage User Conference 2019 in Bangkok 5-7 November - What is it?
The annual SITA Baggage User Conference 2019 is taking place in Bangkok, Thailand from 5-7 November. While media are not invited to attend, Steven Howard of was able to sit down with Peter Drummond, SITA's Portfolio Director of Baggage, to ask him more about the event.
40. WorldTracer Goes Mobile
In a move to reduce the delays of mishandled baggage, air transport IT provider SITA, has enabled its WorldTracer baggage tracing service to be used by agents on mobile devices at airports. This allows airline staff to proactively assist passengers, filing claims in arrival halls, at baggage carousels and in customs areas, which starts the process of reuniting passengers with their

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