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41. Tiger Airways now Charging Customers to Check-in Baggage
Tiger Airways now Charging Customers to Check-in Baggage. Passengers who have not pre-booked Luggage Upsize online have the option of purchasing the standard 15kgs allowance at the airport on the day of departure, albeit at a higher rate of Sin$20. The introduction of new charges will apply to all flights across Tiger Airways International and Australian domestic network. All weig
42. Finnair Revises Baggage Allowance Policy
Finnair Revises Baggage Allowance Policy. Finnair is renewing its baggage allowance rules for passengers travelling on scheduled flights. From the beginning of September 2010, the cost of a Economy Class ticket will include a single checked-in item of luggage with a maximum weight of 23 kilos. The previous limit was 20 kilos. The maximum permitted combined measurements of the bag (
43. Alaska Airlines Introduces Self-Service Bag-Tagging
Alaska Airlines has introduced a self-service bag-tagging option for passengers travelling from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The new service enables passengers to print and attach their own luggage tags from a self-service kiosk in the airport lobby, adding to Alaska Airlines customer-focused initiative toward making travel easier.
44. British Airways Launches Student Promotion in Singapore
British Airways has launched a promotion for students travelling for further studies in the UK, entitling them to check-in an extra piece of luggage weighing up to 23kg, in addition to the current allowance of one checked bag of up to 23kg in the World Traveller (economy cabin). Published by on 12 July 2021.
45. Etihad Airways launches Unaccompanied Baggage Service
Etihad Airways launches Unaccompanied Baggage Service. Etihad Airways has launches a new service that allows its customers to send heavy or excess quantities of baggage before they fly.The unaccompanied baggage service is for luggage which exceeds approved allowances to be sent separately to avoid excess baggage fees.
46. China Southern Airlines Increases Checked Baggage Allowances
China Southern Airlines Increases Checked Baggage Allowances. Initially until 31 October, Economy Class passengers using published airfares on the Sydney-Guangzhou and Melbourne-Guangzhou routes will be entitled to check in up to 30 kilograms of luggage free of charge, while Premium Business Class passengers on the same routes will be able to check in 40 kilograms without fees.
47. Cathay Pacific Bans Smart Bags with Non-Removable Lithium Batteries
Effective 1 January 2018, smart bags with non-removable lithium batteries will not be accepted as cabin or checked baggage on Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon airlines. Smart bags are a new type of luggage that feature integrated lithium batteries for the purpose of charging an external device or to provide power to the wheels of the bag.
48. Bangkok Airways Launches Bike On Board Service
Bangkok Airways has launched a Bike On Board service. Passengers will be allowed to load a bicycle as their second piece of luggage at no additional cost.

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