IATA Resolution 753 effective date approaching
To help airlines follow the requirements specified in this resolution, IATA develops the implementation guide. The document is produced in joint collaboration with airline representatives and aims at facilitating the development and deployment of baggage tracking solutions across air industry.
Baggage journey presumes several stakeholders – airlines, airports, and ground handlers. And baggage changes custody several times during its air journey. The Resolution 753 defines who is responsible for every step of baggage delivery. This puts baggage operations under much better control than before with a bag tag readability at levels of 99.9% and higher. The ultimate purpose is to considerably reduce baggage mishandling making the lost or mishandled baggage a matter of the past.
A number of intelligent solutions can be adopted to provide accurate and reliable tracking, which eventually result in better customer experience, reduced lost&found expenses, and more efficient operations.
Airlines are responsible for providing that baggage tracking. However, all parties have to join their efforts. Airports need to introduce necessary IT systems and infrastructure to support airlines in complying with IATA Resolution 753.
To help airlines follow the requirements specified in this resolution Longest Chance developed common use Hand to Hand RFID Baggage Tracking System that IATA approved and fully compliant with IATA Resolution 753.