How to Track Your Luggage If You Fly With Delta Air Lines

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Frequently visit London? Then you’ll need to know about Delta’s app that allows tracking your bags.

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Delta’s revolutionary technology

Losing a precious bags on flights is one of the things that poison traveling.

Fortunately, we have technologies.

Delta Air Lines recently announced a new app that allows its London passengers to monitor the location of their checked bags.

The service is set to expand to other European hubs like Amsterdam and Paris in a few months. Lately, each of the 344 airports used by Delta will receive the technology as well.

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How does it work?

Every luggage will have unique ID tags and passengers can track the bags through the Delta app in real-time.

Radio frequency identification tags bags owners will receive updates on just where exactly their luggage is from check-in to when it (hopefully) turns up on the arrival carousel.

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Source: dailymail.co.uk

Customers can also get a map view of their bag’s journey when traveling in the US through the app.

Customers who book Delta-operated flights through partner Virgin Atlantic will also be able to use the bag tracking service on flights departing London Heathrow.

“Carrying more than 1.3 million bags between London Heathrow and the United States each year, our new service gives customers peace of mind because they know we’re looking after their bags every step of the way,” said Corneel Koster, Delta’s senior vice president Europe, Middle East, Africa, and India.”

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