Cathay and Dragonair Launch Self-service Bag Drops at HKIA

  • The Cathay Pacific Group is streamlining check-in for its passengers.

    The Cathay Pacific Group is streamlining check-in for its passengers.

  • Those departing from Hong Kong can now print their own baggage tags.

    Those departing from Hong Kong can now print their own baggage tags.

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In efforts to lessen airport queues, Cathay Pacific and its sister airline Dragonair (soon to be rebranded as Cathay Dragon) are instituting self-service bag drops. At kiosks in the carriers’ check-in areas at the Hong Kong International Airport—and soon to come to Singapore and Amsterdam as the service’s roll-out continues—passengers can scan their boarding passes to print out their baggage tags and send their luggage on its way.

For more information, visit Cathay Pacific. 

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