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Airport staff members share spicy details from their job - Page 28 of 100 - Kiwi Report

Airport staff members share spicy details from their job


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[post_page_title]Rise of the machines[/post_page_title]
The luggage at an airport is sorted using an autonomous system, which means that your bags are sent to planes by machines. Therefore, at any given time airport staff don’t know where your bag is in the luggage system.

Rise of the machines

The automatic system is responsible for getting bags from check-in to departures, moving them from one area to another (connecting flights), and from arrivals to baggage-claim. They use the codes on the luggage stickers to allocate locations, which is why you should remove your old ones in case they get confused.

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