JAL Launches Self-tagging Service for Domestic Check-in at Haneda’s Terminal 1
Tokyo February 13, 2015: Japan Airlines (JAL) has been introducing various services to deliver innovative travel experience to customers when they fly with JAL. This time, the airline plans to launch self-tagging service at Tokyo Haneda’s Terminal 1, in order to provide customers with a faster and more convenient check-in for departure.
Self-tagging service with JAL will allow customers to print their own baggage tags by scanning the boarding pass in Self-tagging machine and attaching them to their bags before proceeding to the Baggage Drop-off counter.
The introduction of the self-tagging service is expected to save customers’ time spent during check-in for departure. The current baggage check-in procedure is still available simultaneously to meet the needs of customers.
JAL is embracing new challenges to provide customers with more innovative services and products.
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1. How does self-tagging work?
STEP 1 STEP 2
Customers can issue the baggage tag for their check-in baggage Confirm the condition, weight and destination of baggage etc.
from Self-tagging machine in front of check-in counter. with airline staff and deposit the checked baggage.
2. Start of New Service:
From the end of March 2015
3. Location of Self-tagging Machine:
On 2nd floor at Tokyo (Haneda) airport terminal 1 (Domestic)
-Four Self-tagging machines in front of check-in counter No. 54, North Wing
-Six Self-tagging machines in front of check-in counter No. 28, South Wing
Project of New- style Travel Experience with JAL