More Carriers Ban ‘Smart Bags’

Three more carriers are banning so-called “smart bags” from being checked into luggage holds unless a bag’s integrated lithium battery can be removed and carried separately. Allegiant Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines and United Airlines announced the new rules will take effect Jan. 15. They follow...
Mark Nensel

Mark Nensel is the Managing Editor of Aviation Daily. Prior to taking the helm of daily production of Aviation Week's commercial aviation newsletter…

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