To scrap high baggage charges, Oman Air has partnered with DHL Express, a division of the German logistics company Deutsche Post DHL.
The arrangement will allow guests flying Oman Air to use DHL Express to deliver their bagg
Authorities at Dubai Airports will be introducing stricter baggage regulations this week.
The new rules, which come into effect on March 8, are being rolled out to reduce the risk of mishandlings and enhance the performance of its
Dubai-based Dnata, the Emirates Group’s aviation and travel services subsidiary, carried more than an unprecedented 91.3 million passengers and 97.8 million bags as its UAE operations continued to expand during 2016.
Oman Air, Oman's national carrier, has announced the introduction of a new baggage piece concept for launch in January 2017.
This change will help Oman Air to standardise and in many cases reduce the charges currently in place
The Latvian airline airBaltic has made checked-in baggage charges up to three times lower.
Eva Plakane, airBaltic senior vice president Revenue Management, said: “This has been a very successful year – airBaltic lowere
The global deployment of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, which can accurately track passengers’ baggage in real time across key points in the journey, can enable the air transport industry to save more than $3 billion ove
Abu Dhabi Airports has installed a new Automated Tray Return System (ATRS) to speed up the process of hand luggage screening at Terminal 3 in Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH).
The new system allows for the processing of more
Passengers arriving at Geneva Airport in the past few days have received help with their bag drop from Leo, an innovative baggage robot developed by air transport IT provider Sita, which is being trialed outside the airport’s Terminal 1.
The airline industry’s focus on improving baggage management is showing strong results with 2015 baggage mishandling rates dropping to 6.5 bags per 1,000 passengers, the lowest ever recorded.
According to the Sita Bag
All Emirates customers travelling in any of the airline's three cabin classes on outbound African flights will now benefit from the increase in free baggage allowance based on the piece concept (individual piece of luggage).