SVPI Airport Expands Self-Baggage Drop and E-Gate Services

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SVPI Airport Expands Self-Baggage Drop and E-Gate Services

| Updated: June 25, 2024 16:54

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International (SVPI) Airport is set to enhance passenger convenience with new self-baggage drop machines and additional electronic gates.

  1. Self-Baggage Drop Machines:
    • SVPI Airport will install two more self-baggage drop machines at the domestic terminal (T1) within the next 15 days.
    • This expansion follows the success of existing machines introduced last November.
    • The total number of machines will increase to four, saving passengers approximately 25 minutes during peak hours.
    • Since their launch, 70,000 passengers from IndiGo and Air India have utilized the self-baggage drop service.
    • Integration with Akasa Airline is underway, requiring airlines to update their software for operational compatibility.
  2. E-Gates for DigiYatra Users:
    • The airport will add three additional electronic gates at Terminal 1, bringing the total to four.
    • These e-gates facilitate swift check-ins for passengers using the DigiYatra app.
    • Currently, approximately 20% of daily departing passengers (14,000) utilize DigiYatra.
    • The new e-gates aim to further promote passenger adoption of the platform.
  3. International Terminal Expansion:
    • The expansion of the international terminal is nearing completion.
    • The terminal will feature 52 counters to enhance check-in efficiency during peak hours.
    • Additional immigration counters and security checkpoints will also be available.
  4. Baggage Compliance Reminder:
    • Passengers using the self-baggage drop service must comply with airline size restrictions.
    • Prohibited items (e.g., e-cigarettes, flammable substances) will halt bags at the terminal’s level 4 conveyor belt.
    • Passengers will be notified to retrieve their bags and remove the items accordingly.

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