Qantas plans to introduce an Airport of the Future concept in major domestic markets next year that it said will reduce dramatically time spent at check-in and in security queues and speed baggage collection. Domestic passengers will be issued new RFID cards that will replace both the standard boarding pass and baggage tags and give instant recognition to security agents. Addressing the National Aviation Press Club in Sydney yesterday, QF CEO Alan Joyce said the A$40 million ($37.1 million) ...

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