2015-01-20, kl. 11:02
“This will give passengers an opportunity to have greater control over their time when they fly. It is our hope that this will reduce queues and provide a smoother flow at the start of their trip,” says Charlotte Ljunggren, airport director at Göteborg Landvetter Airport.
The twelve Self-Service Bag Drops (SBD) will enable passengers to check in their baggage via a screen that gives them instructions.
“This is a natural step forward when it is common for airlines to offer passengers the option of checking in themselves and getting their boarding card via different mobile solutions. Now it will possible for passengers to also control baggage handling as well, if they want,” Ms Ljunggren notes.
DSG has provided about a hundred SBD solutions to eight different countries and is one of the leading suppliers in Europe.
“DSG Systems is very familiar with Swedavia’s airports, since we have already provided them with our systems, and we are really pleased to now also work together with Göteborg Landvetter Airport,” says Idar Sörgjerd, managing director of DSG Systems.