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Electronic tags promise to prevent lost luggage


New ways of checking-in and monitoring luggage are being developed in an effort to make flying easier for passengers and end the misery of lost luggage.

Among the innovators, Australian airline Qantas says its technology can track luggage anywhere in the world while a new check-in process could take less than a minute.

Carmen Roberts reports from Sydney.

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