AirAsia Zest, the Filipino Low Cost Carrier that flies hand in hand with AirAsia, voted the World’s Best Low Cost Carrier for five consecutive years, launched a new self check-in service kiosks at NAIA Terminal 4 and provincial airports of Kalibo (Boracay), Cebu, Tacloban, Tagbilaran and Puerto Princesa (Palawan) today, as part of the airline’s latest innovation to enhance guest experience.
AirAsia Self Check-in
The red kiosks are conveniently located inside the airport and available for check-in on all domestic AirAsia Zest and Philippines AirAsia flights. Self check-in service allows guests to print their own boarding pass using touchscreen computer – a process that essentially reduces time spent queuing at the counters.
AirAsia Zest Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Joy Caneba said, “We are pleased to offer this free, simple and quick check-in service exclusive for our guests. As summer vacation draws near, many people will be travelling, our red kiosks will sure relieve them from long waiting times.”
As part of AirAisia Zest’s continues effort to introduce innovative products and services, the airline has also recently started its Boracay Island transfer ferry service for passengers to seamlessly connect from Kalibo airport and directly to their hotel in Boracay via exclusive and comfortable land and ferry rides for only P520, one way.
“We are constantly investing in technology and innovation to make flying easier, more enjoyable and comfortable for our guests. We have more exciting services and products for mobile devices and online enhancements coming your way.” Caneba said.
Guests are able to perform self-checking in up to 1 hour before their scheduled departure. Baggage drop counters are open 3 hours before scheduled departure for international flights, and 2 hours before scheduled departure for domestic flights.
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