In order to implement the requirements of CAAC, Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport has introduced X-ray inspection and security gate inspection at the entrance of all terminals. Airport security is stricter now!
From September 1 to October 10, passengers are required to go through the inspections to ensure safety.
Besides the explosive detection, the airport starts to use X-ray inspection and security gate to check passengers and their baggage.
Passengers should not carry prohibited articles and would better to arrive at the airport 2 hours early to avoid delays.
You can click the link to know more about restriction for luggage.
There’s another change at the Baiyun Airport.
China Southern Airlines has started using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) baggage tags at Terminal 2 of the airport on Sept 1.
The airline will use the tech, which helps automatically track and identify objects, to read luggage tags and track them in an efficient and stable way, even if the tags are stained or partially damaged.
Due to limited facilities, this tech now only covers key points, such as baggage collection and sorting locales. Passengers can save significant time at the airport with this electronic tags, which will be applied in baggage tracking, loading, and unloading in the future.
It is reported that the service will be expanded further. China Eastern Airlines also rolls out e-tags. Now eligible passengers can apply for e-tags in the app of CEA.
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