UPS yesterday launched the most aggressive campaign to date by an express operator to promote "alternatives" to domestic airline baggage carriage, unveiling a "luggage box" through which passengers can ship bags in advance of flying rather than checking them at the airport. The delivery player long has counted airline passengers' shipped baggage as a small part of its business. But it never directly promoted it as a service and most bags actually are shipped ...

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