Luggage tag trials start in Manchester

Luggage tag trials start in Manchester

CallUma’s trackable luggage tags are being tested at Manchester Airport to help find future lost baggage. The luggage tags are available at distribution points throughout Terminal 2 and include identity protection. “A 40-day trial has shown that the public is receptive to the service with 5,000 passengers purchasing the luggage tags while travelling outbound through Terminal 2,” said Manchester Airport Commercial Director Andrew Harrison. Tracking symbols and unique customer tracking numbers feature on the tags to help baggage handlers, airport police and rail staff to identify the right owners. “Customers really do want to put luggage tags on their bags and have done so for many many years, sadly life has changed and we now have to be very cautious about displaying personal information on our belongings,” said CallUma CEO Tony Partridge. 

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