Brussels Airlines is a Belgian carrier connecting the capital of Belgium with more than 60 destinations in the United States, Africa and Europe. Apart from these destinations, this carrier and its intercontinental partners operate in many locations in India, China, Thailand, Canada and the Middle East. The launch of a direct transatlantic flight to New York was significant among the company's landmarks. With approximately 300 daily flights and nearly 3,500 employees, the airline manages a fleet of 43 aircraft. The carrier's success is due to its punctuality and superior flight services, which have satisfied thousands of customers worldwide. Thanks to its worldwide recognition, in 2009 it also became the Star Alliance, the largest airline alliance in the world. This partnership allows global aviation industry leaders to obtain codes for the Brussels airline's flight status, helping them to expand their network and connect with more and more passengers.
Less time spent on registration
One of the main issues for travelers at the airport remains the baggage check-in and check-out process. Passengers are required to check and label their luggage at the time of arrival, which is a time-consuming process. In order to avoid unnecessary problems during this procedure, the Belgian carrier has launched a smart service. Passengers holding a valid Brussels ticket can use the self-service baggage check-in at Brussels Airport. There are six outlets in the Departure Hall at this airport, where travelers are allowed to check their luggage and label it at the same time. Undoubtedly, this option is very useful as it requires less time to test.
Decrease in long lines
This carrier, who is always looking for ways to improve the passenger experience on their flights, started online check-in some time ago. Passengers could also take advantage of this by checking in using applications installed on their smartphones. Despite these technological advances, pilots had to wait long queues to load their luggage. However, with the new system, travelers flying to European destinations can complete this process at the same time while checking in on their own. As a result, you can now avoid the long queue at the checkout. After starting this system, the time required for the whole process is significantly reduced.
This method was developed by Type22 in the Netherlands and consists of easy-to-use and self-explanatory drop-down units. The Belgian airline is marketing this innovation with a subcontractor Scan and Fly. The time required to complete the registration procedure has been significantly reduced since the start of this process. This has made it easier for passengers to follow the Brussels airline's timetable, which is known to maintain an accurate route for all routes. Frequently introducing such technical innovations, this Belgian carrier will surely increase the number of passengers on its aircraft.