Bengaluru Airport’s ‘Self-Bag Drop’ facility clocks half-a-million mark


The Self-Bag Drop kiosks, launched at the Bengaluru Airport in 2018 to accelerate baggage transactions and reduce check-in queues, crossed the half million passengers mark on October 31, 2019.

According to the company, “on an average, nearly 2,500 passengers avail this facility each day. The fully-automated Self-Bag Drop machines, developed by Materna IPS, are currently available for passengers flying with Air Asia and Spice Jet. This would be expanded to more airlines in the future.”

The Kempegowda International Airport, third busiest in the country, is the first airport to introduce fully automated baggage drop-off units. Read More

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