The baggage handling information can also be analyzed after the flight to determine if changes need to be made in the way baggage is loaded at the departing port, to identify peak periods so shift changeovers and breaks are scheduled at appropriate times, and to track the individual performance of ground handling staff against key performance indicators for their job role.
The Unisys Baggage Reconciliation System is currently used by 17 airports and 38 airlines across Asia Pacific including members of the Board of Airline Representatives Australia and Board of Airline Representatives New Zealand.
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