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At the Christchurch international Airport (not joking) passengers watched while sitting on the tarmac in an Airasia as a man destroyed unclaimed baggage. I mean what the hell is the world coming to?

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  • shamebot

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/5058111/Airport-dum

    old donated luggage filled with newspapers and old books, lol sorry to disappoint all those people on the rage wagon

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  • trvrly

    It's probably luggage from dead passengers that were aboard the most recent plane crash.

  • tommy

    the people in the video sound so concerned

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  • cog

    I'm embarrassed to be a kiwi. F#*king Air New Zealand

    • Kevin

      haha get ur facts right

  • Christian

    This was actually there to test the new lagguage handling system at the Airport. They were old bags with old stuff in it that belongs to no one. Chill guys!

  • 6KJR

    Id Loose it..

  • chuklut finger licka

    chive worthy old new zealand

  • Ange

    No people. They are throwing out empty suitcases that they collected in a drive, in order to test the brand new luggage system at the new airport terminal. They are unwanted old suitcases donated by the public for this reason – they put ads in the Press, Christchurch's local newspaper, asking for suitcases for testing the system. That's all, really. http://www.monstersandcritics.com/news/asiapacifi

  • Brentos

    False alarm guys!

    Communications manager Monique Oomen said the bags had been part of a trial of the new baggage handling system installed at the facility.

    "We asked locals to donate any old luggage they no longer wanted, and to fill it with old books or newspaper," Oomen said.

    "This luggage was then tagged and used to test the system over a period of weeks. At the end, we decided the bags were not good enough for charity and that they had to go out."
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/5058111/Airport-dum

  • BigAl

    Hey I know about that new baggage handling system! I work on the software. Yeah I know. GEEK.

  • p1ll

    "The explanation is really simple … these bags just didn't fit in the plane!" one comment reads.

    However, although the airport used an Air New Zealand trolley, the incident had nothing to do with the airline.

    Christchurch Airport said the claims made by people on the website were ridiculous.

    Communications manager Monique Oomen said the bags had been part of a trial of the new baggage handling system installed at the facility.

    "We asked locals to donate any old luggage they no longer wanted, and to fill it with old books or newspaper," Oomen said.

    "This luggage was then tagged and used to test the system over a period of weeks. At the end, we decided the bags were not good enough for charity and that they had to go out."

    Oomen said the video had upset the baggage handlers and the airport wanted to get the word out about the truth behind the video.
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/5058111/Airport-dum

    get your facts straight😛

  • The Facts

    Get the facts. The bags were donated to the airport to test the new baggage handling system that has been installed. They have the tags on them to test the scanners, and they are full of paper to give them weight. NO STORY HERE.

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  • Boogie G

    Enough with the advertisement adds, one was enough but now every 30 seconds it pops up

  • Kevin

    The bags are empty, they were just used to test the new bag system. They asked the public to donate there broken suit
    cases to test ir, so they were no good for charity.

  • http://nzsnaps.com Neil G

    These are donated bags full of newspaper being disposed of after a test of the new baggage handling system at the airport

  • http://www.christchurchairport.co.nz/ Christchurch Airport

    These aren't real passengers bags anyway. "This was luggage that was used to test our integrated terminal baggage system. Approximately 700 bags were donated from around New Zealand … When we no longer needed to test the baggage system, the bags were destroyed."

  • Funky Claude

    Just to put the record straight…..these cases were all empty and donated which was then used for testing the new baggage system being installed.

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  • slipslap

    They're not throwing away lost luggage, that's total BS. They opened a new terminal and asked for people to donate old luggage etc so they could test their new luggage handling system.

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