Billund Airport - Articles and news items
Issue 1 2013 • 18 February 2013 • Anders Nielsen, Vice President, Project and Development, Billund Airport
When it comes to air travel, efficient passenger flow through the airport is crucial for both a positive passenger experience, and efficient use of airport resources. Self-service check-in for seats solved part of the issue, but the efficiencies are lost if you have to stand in a queue to check-in your baggage once you get to the airport. At Billund Airport we tackled this issue with an innovative home-printed bag tag solution, which allows travellers to print and attach their baggage tags before they get to the airport.Billund Airport is the second largest airport in Denmark. While it was initially constructed to serve the near-by headquarters of the LEGO Company, one of the world’s largest toy companies, today our aim is to become one of the leading airports in Northern Europe in terms of service for passengers and airline companies.As proof of our commitment to that aim, in September 2012 Billund Airport became the world’s first airport to launch a home-print bag tag solution, allowing charter passengers to print their baggage tags at home together with their boarding card. The new system means pass - engers avoid having to queue when checking in their baggage, making life easier for passengers and airport check-in personnel.
Airport news • 11 October 2012 • Billund Airport
Billund Airport has launched a new service which allows passengers to print their baggage tags at home...