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    New airline rules are leaving smart luggage makers in a tough spot /Link

     America’s top airlines are taking a stand against smart luggage. In a rare bit of solidarity, a number of the country’s top carriers have announced rules that would limit the use of high-tech bags, over fear of potential battery combustion. American Airlines led the charge on the ban. On Friday of last week, the carrier noted a policy change set to go into effect just after the… Read More

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    Published on 07 Dec 2017 at 04:45PM

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