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Airport Baggage Handling System

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Airport Baggage Handling System

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  2. 2. CONTENTS  Introduction  Functions  Why Baggage Handling Systems At Airports  Forms  Main Job  How The Baggage Handling System Works  Bag Tags , Dimensions , Restrictions  Errors 2
  3. 3. 3 INTRODUCTION  A baggage handling system (BHS) is a type of conveyor system installed in airports that transports checked luggage from ticket counters to areas where the bags can be loaded onto airplanes.  A BHS also transports checked baggage coming from airplanes to baggage claims or to an area where the bag can be loaded onto another airplane.
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  5. 5. FUNCTIONS BHS perform the following functions: 5 •Detection of bag jams •Volume regulation (to ensure that input points are controlled to avoid overloading system. •Load balancing (to evenly distribute bag volume between conveyor sub-systems) •Bag counting •Bag tracking •Redirection of bags via pusher or diverter
  6. 6. FORMS 6 Destination-coded vehicles (DCVs), unmanned carts propelled by linear induction motors mounted to the tracks, can load and unload bags without stopping. Automatic scanners scan the labels on the luggage. Conveyors equipped with junctions and sorting machines automatically route the bags to the gate. A reliable, trouble-free way to realize a reduction of up to 30% in labour costs
  7. 7. MAIN JOB A baggage-handling system has three main jobs: 7 •Move bags from the check-in area to the departure gate •Move bags from one gate to another during transfers •Move bags from the arrival gate to the baggage-claim area CHECK IN AREA DEPARTURE GATE BAGGAGE CLAIM AREA ARRIVAL GATE
  8. 8. PROCESSES 8 Between check-in (CI) and baggage make-up (MU), there are four different basic processes, that is  Early Bag Storage (EBS)  Identification  Sortation  Hold Baggage Screening (HBS).
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  10. 10. 10 Arrange trolleys according to the flights load. Check security sticker of the baggage and segregated as per the destination. The bag is sent through an X-Ray Check the types of baggage(i.e. hardcase, soft baggage, fragile baggage etc.) and then align. Reconcile baggage and load in trolley. Dispatch baggage to aircraft for loading. Inform RAMP staff about trolley count, baggage count and baggage weight. At Level 3 a more detailed picture is taken with a CT-scanner The X-Ray picture previously taken is analysed by a trained human operator. It may be that the bag is directed to another Xray machine, where it is again examined. If the bag is not cleared at this stage, it is sent to the level three screening. machine and the picture is automatically scanned. If the bag is not cleared, it is sent to the level two screening In case the bag is rejected, an operator will examine the picture in the level four screening . If the bag is still suspectable, it is sent to the last level of screening where the bag is removed from the system and manually investigated in the presence of its owner.
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  13. 13. BAG TAGS 13 LOS ANGELES AIRPORT NEW YORK CITY LONDON COPENHAGEN AIRPORT GATWIK , ENGLAND
  14. 14. 14 DIMENSIONS
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  19. 19. ERRORS 19
  20. 20. CATEGORIES OF MISHANDLED BAGGAGE • Delayed (put on a later flight) • Damaged • Items missing from the baggage • Lost or missing in its entirety 20
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  22. 22. 22 Toronto Pearson International Airport, Ontario Air Canada
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