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MAS introduces self check-in at KLIA

Posted on July 12, 2011, Tuesday

KUALA LUMPUR: Effective this August 1, passengers travelling economy class on Malaysia Airlines’ (MAS) domestic flights will be able to do self check-in to process their departure formalities and baggage check-in at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). In statement yesterday, the national carrier said the counter check-in process would be phased out and replaced by the self check-in kiosk by August. “Malaysia Airports Bhd will reposition 22 existing check-in kiosks at KLIA to the front of the conventional check-in counters, at rows A to F for this purpose,” it said. “With the switch over to self check-in kiosks, our customers will have yet another check-in option at the airport in addition to the existing self-service convenience offered through our MH Mobile Check-in, MH Web Check-in and MH Buddy Check-in through Facebook,” said MAS’ director of operations Captain Mohamed Azharuddin Osman in the statement. – Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Effective this August 1, passengers travelling economy class on Malaysia Airlines’ (MAS) domestic flights will be able to do self check-in to process their departure formalities and baggage check-in at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

In statement yesterday, the national carrier said the counter check-in process would be phased out and replaced by the self check-in kiosk by August.

“Malaysia Airports Bhd will reposition 22 existing check-in kiosks at KLIA to the front of the conventional check-in counters, at rows A to F for this purpose,” it said.

“With the switch over to self check-in kiosks, our customers will have yet another check-in option at the airport in addition to the existing self-service convenience offered through our MH Mobile Check-in, MH Web Check-in and MH Buddy Check-in through Facebook,” said MAS’ director of operations Captain Mohamed Azharuddin Osman in the statement. – Bernama

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