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Here’s how new online tools can mean fewer check-in counters on your next trip

In Press by scott

It’s a soggy morning in Eugene, Oregon. I’m in the middle of an eight-stop, six city, 10-day tour of the West Coast. That means it’s back to “carry-on only” for luggage. There’s no real need to unpack, either.

Quick trips like this highlight the modern miracle of air travel, along with the increasing role of technology to round out the edges of a trip. Now that technological tricks like online booking and check-in are available, travelers have more options to make their journey faster, less expensive or both.

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