Air China continues self-service expansion


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Self-service check-in kiosks Osaka Kansai Airport
Osaka Kansai Airport is among eight airports outside of Mainland China where Air China now offers self-service check-in kiosks. (Credit: PRNewsFoto/Air China)

Having recently added Tokyo Haneda Airport to the list of airports outside of Mainland China where passengers can use self-service check-in kiosks, Air China has now introduced the facility to three more airports – Vancouver, Osaka Kansai and Nagoya.

The kiosks offer communication in five languages – Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean and French – and passengers can use them to select their seat, accrue Air China miles and print their boarding pass.

The Chinese flag carrier now offers self-service check-in at a total of eight airports outside of Mainland China. In addition to the four aforementioned airports, they are also available in Tokyo Narita, Hong Kong, Frankfurt and Stockholm-Arlanda airports.

Air China’s self-service kiosks are in compliance with IATA’s Fast Travel initiative.

More information is available here.