Windows XP Refuses To Die – “new” Airport Check-In Kiosk

By | February 19, 2015

Melbourne Airport is introducing 28 shiny new kiosks that can be used for automatic check-in by international airlines. And what operating system are …

Source: www.lifehacker.com.au

Melbourne Airport’s site boasts:

Using the latest technology from SITA and BCS, the new kiosks have an improved look and feel to best meet a passenger’s needs.

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