New Delhi, May 12: Nationwide passenger service Air India on Thursday stated that it has put in self-check-in kiosks at 26 airports across the nation for its home fliers.
In accordance with the airline, below this initiative which had began on May 1, passengers can procure boarding passes through the use of the self-check-in kiosks — often called CUSS (Widespread Use Self Service) — close to the check-in space on the airport.
“Nationwide service Air India has re-defined buyer comfort by changing into the primary airline to launch self-check-in kiosks for its home fliers that goals to make the customer support trouble free and the check-in course of expeditious,” the airline stated in a press release.
“The self-check-in kiosks helps in prolonged service availability, scale back buyer wait time, eliminates queues, expands service capability with a number of kiosks, thereby dashing up the check-in expertise.”
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