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1. Better Baggage Handling for Finnair @ Helsinki-Vantaa Airport
Better Baggage Handling for Finnair @ Helsinki-Vantaa Airport. The baggage of all Finnair scheduled flights at Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is now being handled in a new baggage handling centre. The Helsinki-Vantaa premises can now handle 13.5 million items of baggage per year, which is 43% more than the old premises. The entire baggage handling system is over 10 kilometres long and has
2. SITA Reports Drop in Mishandled Baggage
SITA Reports Drop in Mishandled Baggage. The fifth annual edition of SITAs Baggage Report shows that the amount of mishandled baggage checked baggage that has been delayed, damaged or pilfered fell by over a fifth last year from 42.4 million bags in 2007 to 32.8 million bags in 2008. The number of bags actually lost or stolen also tumbled from 1.28 million to 736,000.
3. AirAsia Reduces Baggage Fees
AirAsia has revised its check-in baggage fees. Effective today, AirAsia has reduced the prices of the 15kg and 20kg baggage tiers while its long-haul affiliate AirAsia X has reduced the prices of the 25kg and 30kg baggage tiers. Both AirAsia and AirAsia X are also introducing new options of 35kg and 40kg baggage tiers based on popular demand.
4. Korean Air Expands Baggage Notification Service to All Flights
Korean Air has confirmed that it will expand its baggage notification service to all international and domestic flights, starting 1 May 2021. The service is based on the Baggage Reconciliation System (BRS) developed by Korean Air, which scans and verifies baggages barcode information created during check-in before loading onto the aircraft. The BRS ensures that baggage is loaded o
5. 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.
6. Malaysia Airlines Changes its Cabin Baggage Rules
Malaysia Airlines has enhanced its cabin baggage rules for all its domestic and international flights. Passengers travelling in Economy Class will now be allowed one piece cabin of baggage up to a maximum 7kg instead of 5kg. Passengers in First and Business Class have an allowance of two pieces of cabin baggage with a maximum weight of 7kg each. Each cabin baggage should have a max
7. Amadeus and SITA to Bring Real-Time Baggage Tracking to Passengers
Amadeus is working with SITA, one of the world's leading specialists in air transport communications and IT solutions, to empower Amadeus Alta customers to offer real-time baggage tracking information and worldwide baggage reconciliation to passengers, whilst reducing the costs associated with mishandled baggage.
8. SITA publishes Major Report on Baggage Handling
SITA publishes Major Report on Baggage Handling. Figures from WorldTracer, SITAs fully-automated system for tracing lost and mishandled passenger baggage used by 400 airlines and ground handling companies, show that 42.4 million bags were mishandled or delayed in 2007. The air transport industry handles around 2.25 billion pieces of checked baggage every year.

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