unveiled June 1 a new self-service kiosk for passengers flying between New Zealand and Australia that aims to cut check-in times by 50%. Passengers scan their machine-readable passports at the kiosk and are issued a boarding pass and bag tags if necessary. Customers checking bags then take them to the bag drop area, where ANZ staff scan the piece of luggage and check the passengers' IDs. The airline said it will introduce the new kiosks progressively at its Wellington, Queenstown and ...

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