Baggage Working Group (BWG)
Join the ongoing discussions of the Baggage Working Group at the BWG 27 meeting, to be held May 22 and 23 in Madrid, Spain.
Baggage Working Group
IATA Baggage Working Group (BWG) is established by the Airport Services Committee (ASC) to review and develop recommendations into a form that can be adopted by the ASC and eventually the Passenger Services Conference (PSC) as recommended practices or resolutions.
The majority of these changes occur from examination of RP1745, RP 1800 and other related Recommended Practices such as RP 1740C that addresses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and its technological requirements.
The BWG is open to all IATA member airlines, ATA member airlines, ACI (Airports) members and the participants in the IATA Strategic Partnership Program with an interest in Baggage Management and related issues.
Baggage Transfer Message (BTM) Contact list
If you need to know who to talk to at an airline about baggage messaging, please look at the BTM Contact List on the BWG private site. If you are already a member of the private site, please login here. If you wish to request an access, please click here. For corrections and updates, please contact IATA BWG.
Baggage Steering Group
The Baggage Steering Group sets the agenda and work items for the Baggage Working Group to undertake during the forthcoming year. The BSG is comprised of industry leaders, who set the vision for the future of baggage handling and is complemented by the BWG, who provide in depth technical knowledge. For more information about the BSG and its Terms of Reference, please see the BSG Factsheet.