India Scraps Hand Baggage Tagsamjones
The world did it a few years back but Indian airports, manned by central security forces, are still definitely paper happy.
They cannot digest people walking past the security gates with smartphone based tickets and passengers walking through customs without a label tied to their handbags with an elastic thread is unacceptable to them.
However the paperless concept is catching on very slowly. Still, a few airline officials prefer to have the written ticket with a carbonless paper.
Whereas airlines are trying to cut corners everywhere including dispensing with the customary chocolates and ear plugs, saving millions annually, the move to scrap the hand baggage tag is a welcome one.
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