German airline Lufthansa has launched self-service baggage drop kiosks at three of its major operating airports in Germany – Frankfurt, Munich and Hamburg.
The airline has installed 39 baggage-handling machines at the three airports that enable passengers to check-in and drop their luggage themselves after attaching the auto-generated bag-tags.
Passengers who have already have boarding pass by checking in online or through their phones or check-in machines can go straight to one of the baggage machines after attaching the auto-generated tag, drop-off their luggage, and move onward to the security checks.
Lufthansa has installed 16 baggage machines at Frankfurt – eight in departure hall B and eight in departure hall A (Terminal 1). Munich has 19 baggage machines – 13 at the south side entrance and six at the north side entrance (Terminal 2 Departures).
Hamburg has four baggage machines at the end of check-in rows 7 and 8 in Terminal 2.