How Away Is Making Sure Its Bags Can Still Fly | Forbes

As more mobile devices and “smart luggage” take to the skies, the TSA and individual airlines have been cracking down harder on what can and cannot fly. But Away, a luggage company that offers TSA approved bags with built in phone chargers, is still finding a number of its customers are having their bags improperly flagged under the new rules.

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