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British Airways to test e-ink Electronic Baggage Tags [News]
posted October 3 2014 6:05.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis

British Airways are testing a new reusable electronic tag for the baggage. The tag can be updated with the smartphone. It has two e-in screens, one showing the destination initials and the other carrying the data barcode. After checking in, a passenger can use an App to update the tag and give the baggage at the bag drop points.


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