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FTE at Passenger Terminal Expo in Cologne voted the "Off-Airport strategy" as one of 15 solutions at that can improve today’s airport experience

Last week the Future Travel experience team attended Passenger Terminal Expo in Cologne to take a look at some of the solutions that can help to improve and expedite today’s air travel process.

We are exited that the FTE team voted our Off-Airport strategy as one of these innovative solutions.  The full article is available on www.futuretravelexperience.com (written By Ryan Ghee)

Offsite tagging

How to reduce queues in the check-in hall is a conundrum that many airports and airlines are faced with, and BBC told FTE that it has developed an effective solution to this challenge. The Tagomat allows for self-tagging to be moved beyond the boundaries of the airport. Passengers can simply scan their boarding pass to identify themselves and then their bag tags are printed out automatically. When they arrive at the airport, all they have to do is drop off their pre-tagged bag. Jørn Askvik, CFO, BBC, said the Tagomat could be installed in hotels, train stations or in airport car parks, for instance, to help ease queues in airport terminals. He explained that a trial is planned in Stavanger, where up to 12 units will be installed in a number of locations.


 

 

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