KLM starts DIY luggage check-in at Schiphol
The six-month trial will have passengers use a special machine to type in their data, label their luggage and put it on the conveyor belt.
4 July 2008
AMSTERDAM - Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport has begun a trial in which passengers check in their own luggage, following the example of Munich and Vienna.
In the trial, which is being carried out in cooperation with KLM, passengers use a special machine to type in their data, label their luggage and put it on the conveyor belt.
Faced with increasing numbers of passengers, Schiphol has been working towards self-processing for two years.
Passengers can already check themselves in at the airport or on the internet to avoid queuing. The trial is due to last six months.
text by Radio Netherlands / Expatica]
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