Airlines and hotels are coming up with new ways to make travel easier for customers, from kiosks that issue hotel keys at the airport to services designed to eliminate the need to carry any luggage to or from the airport.

Hawaiian Airlines' new service sends a uniformed driver to a passenger's hotel to pick up luggage and gives them boarding passes and baggage claim tickets, the airline said Thursday. Once at the airport, passengers may bypass check-in and go straight to the gate.

If they're flying to Los Angeles, they could even have their luggage delivered directly to a home or office.

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