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From checked luggage to boarding, to baggage collection, previous airport operations required a lot of manpower and were prone to errors. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) strongly advocates using RFID luggage tags to track baggage in airports around the world. ARIZON provides many types of RFID baggage tags not only saves labor costs but are also not expensive to implement. 

How Does the RFID Baggage Tags Works?

The airline can use the unique identification code of each luggage tag, and when the baggage passes through the checkpoint, it can quickly and automatically scan it, and it can be delivered to the passenger destination correctly and RFID baggage tags can greatly reduce human and barcode sorting errors, and improve the accuracy and efficiency of automatic baggage sorting at airports, it is no longer necessary to attach multiple baggage barcode tags during the transfer process and the transfer information can be repeatedly written into the RFID tag, the reading effect of airline baggage tags is no longer affected by dirty, scratched, and crushed.

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