Stream­lineD air travel with on­line check-in

Paradise - - Airline News -

Air Ni­ug­ini pas­sen­gers on do­mes­tic and in­ter­na­tional flights are be­ing en­cour­aged to make use of the air­line’s on­line check-in sys­tem to avoid queu­ing at air­port check-in coun­ters.

The air­line’s gen­eral man­ager of cus­tomers and mar­kets, Do­minic Kaumu, says the on­line check-in is a self-ser­vice fa­cil­ity avail­able at airni­ug­

“Pas­sen­gers have the ad­van­tage of se­lect­ing their pre­ferred seats and be­ing able to pur­chase other ser­vices such as ex­tra leg room seats, ex­tra bag­gage al­lowances and other prod­ucts that may be on of­fer on the flight.”

He says that at the end of the on­line check-in process, pas­sen­gers can print or email their board­ing passes, and those with­out bag­gage can pro­ceed to the se­cu­rity gate and into the board­ing lounge with­out hav­ing to present them­selves at the check-in counter.

Pas­sen­gers with bags can check-in at a spe­cific bag-drop counter with­out hav­ing to go through the en­tire check-in process.

Pas­sen­gers can check-in on­line from 24 hours up to three hours be­fore the flight de­parts. The on­line ser­vice is avail­able to pas­sen­gers trav­el­ling on all Air Ni­ug­ini and Link PNG des­ti­na­tions, ex­cept for Aus­tralia and Ja­pan, which will come on­line later. ■

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