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Unisys Solution Lets Air Travelers at Denmark’s Billund Airport Print Baggage Tags at Home to Avoid Check-in Waits

BLUE BELL, Pa. May 21, 2012 Denmark

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Unisys worked with Billund Airport over a three-month period to develop and design a bag tag that, like a boarding pass, passengers could print at home or the office before going to the airport.

Anders Nielsen

During the web check-in process, passengers are asked if they have any bags to check-in and if they want to print the bag tags.  They can print tags for up to nine bags.  The bag tag numbers are added to the boarding pass so bags can be tracked if missing.  The passenger then prints the boarding pass and tags. They fold the A4 sized bag tag to fit into a reusable plastic bag tag holder provided by the airport.  Passengers then drop off their luggage at a bag drop counter.

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Haakan Anderson, director of airports, Unisys Global Transportation, said: "The home-printed bag tag function is another example of how Unisys works closely with its customers to quickly bring to market innovative, practical solutions to the industries we serve."

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