Posts Tagged ‘luggage’

New Arrival: SATS Launches Ready To Travel 2.0 App

Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

Ready To Travel, a travel app subsidiary owned by SATS, today unveiled the new features and services in Version 2.0.

This story first appeared in The Travel Memoir.

Ready To Go 2.0 puts social back into group vacations.

Ready To Go 2.0 puts social back into group vacations.

These include access to over 400 airport lounges worldwide and a new global bag-locate service that tracks and expedites the return of delayed baggage with a 96-hour guarantee – from the time the flight lands to baggage return – after which travellers will receive the pay-out.

The Ready To Go team (from right): Albert Pozo – Chief Digital Officer, SATS; Eileen Tan – Vice President, Consumer Services, SATS (Ready To Travel); Head of Marketing, Consumer Services, SATS (Ready To Travel).

The Ready To Go team (from right): Albert Pozo – Chief Digital Officer, SATS; Eileen Tan – Vice President, Consumer Services, SATS (Ready To Travel); Head of Marketing, Consumer Services, SATS (Ready To Travel).

With the new global bag-locate service – from S$6, travellers can insure 2 bags with a pay-out of up to S$2,200 per delayed bag.

Through Ready To Travel, the Bag Locate service provider works with the airline to locate delayed baggage, while sending email updates to the traveller.

More details below from the press release.

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New arrival: RIMOWA Electronic Tag integrated digital luggage solution

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

Prices start from $1,430 for the RIMOWA Limbo Multiwheel® Electronic Tag and $1,710 for RIMOWA Topas Multiwheel® Electronic Tag (price may vary according to size and luggage model).

Subiksha Krishnan was at the launch in Singapore and reports below.

The RIMOWA Electronic Tag was presented for the first time at the FTE Global (Future Travel Experience) 2015 in Las Vegas, the airline industry’s leading conference, and was awarded the ‘Best Baggage Initiative’ award at the show.

The RIMOWA Electronic Tag was presented for the first time at the FTE Global (Future Travel Experience) 2015 in Las Vegas, the airline industry’s leading conference, and was awarded the ‘Best Baggage Initiative’ award at the show.

The RIMOWA Electronic Tag lets travelers use their smartphones to check in their suitcase from home and drop it off quickly at the airport without fuss or time pressure.

The RIMOWA app activates and personalises the RIMOWA Electronic Tag and the airline app identifies the personalised piece of luggage.

The data for the booked flight is sent to the selected piece of luggage via Bluetooth and the data appears on the integrated Electronic Tag display.

The suitcase is then checked in and placed within seconds in the check-in stations.

With an estimated 3.5 billion people travelling by plane this year, of which most are likely to be smartphone users, the shift from analog to digital is only logical. RIMOWA’s Electronic Tag connects travellers’ suitcases seamlessly to the digital world.

With an estimated 3.5 billion people travelling by plane this year, of which most are likely to be smartphone users, the shift from analog to digital is only logical. RIMOWA’s Electronic Tag connects travellers’ suitcases seamlessly to the digital world.

The Electronic Tag gives one freedom while travelling by allowing users to check in their suitcase wherever they are.

The tag replaces the conventional paper label with an innovative data module that receives luggage data from the airline.

The size and display corresponds to the typical paper labels we see now.

The user can also receive the luggage data for their flight and transfer it directly to the suitcase easily, saving time.

The RIMOWA Electronic Tag eliminates unnecessary stress and waiting as well.

Once the app checks in the luggage, it can be placed within seconds in the semi or fully automatic drop-off stations.

This gives travelers more time for themselves and does not involve waiting in long queues at the airport. It is fast and uncomplicated.

The tag will also continue to show the tag display even when the batteries run out thus, ensuring that the luggage is transported to the correct location.

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