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What's new in airport kiosks

Here's something new that could save you a few steps at the airport. Nine U.S. airports now offer kiosks that allow travelers without checked baggage to check-in on their own for multiple airlines. According to an article in USA Today, the following airports have the kiosks: Las Vegas, Maui Kahului Airport in Hawaii, New York John F. Kennedy, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Seattle-Tacoma, Washington Dulles, and Westchester County (New York). Additionally, USA Today reports that "Minneapolis-St. Paul has turned them off while making software changes but will restart them soon."

The next time you're at one of these airports you'll be able to use one of these common kiosks found throughout the departures area rather than have to seek out one of the machines branded by your airline.

EARLIER: Have you ever bought an upgrade at an airport kiosk?

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