TravelNewsAsia.com

Qantas Launches Retail Sale of Q Bag Tags

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Qantas has launched its first pop up retail store to sell its new technologically advanced Q Bag Tags.

The store, in the Sydney Qantas Club (Terminal 3), will remain in Sydney in July and August, move to Melbourne for September and October and then to Brisbane in November and December.

Qantas Club members and their guests can take advantage of a special deal with a buy one get one free offer until December. The tags normally retail at $49.95 each.

The Q Bag Tag has been designed to streamline the bag drop functionality of Qantas new faster, smarter check-in system. It replaces the need for paper tags and improves the speed and ease by which a customer moves through the airport. The tag contains RFID technology, allowing the tag to be electronically imprinted with the information of the passenger and their flight details.

Q Bag Tags are available to all Qantas passengers and can be used throughout the Qantas domestic network.

The pop up stores will be open during peak afternoon travel times on Monday, Thursday and Friday. Outside of these times, the tags can be purchased from the Qantas Club Lounge service desks.

Q Bag Tags can also be purchased online and are being made available for sale through airport vending kiosks (Sydney Terminal 3, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth), and will shortly be made available at Qantas Valet Parking. Q Bag Tags are also on sale at the Sydney Qantas Meeting Rooms and will be rolled out to Qantas Meetings Rooms across Australia in coming months.

See recent travel news from: Travel News Asia, Qantas, Tags, Luggage, Baggage

Subscribe to our Travel Industry News RSS Feed Travel Industry News RSS Feed from TravelNewsAsia.com. To do that in Outlook, right-click the RSS Feeds folder, select Add a New RSS Feed, enter the URL of our RSS Feed which is: https://www.travelnewsasia.com/travelnews.xml and click Add. The feed can also be used to add the headlines to your website or channel via a customisable applet. Have questions? Please read our Travel News FAQ. Thank you.

     
Advertising
Advertising
Copyright © 1997-2023 TravelNewsAsia.com