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airBaltic passengers offered mobile check-in


airBaltic passenger mobile check-in

airBaltic passenger can check-in on their mobile device by visiting on a mobile web browser, or via the airBaltic app for iPhone and iPad.

Latvian national airline airBaltic has launched a new mobile check-in service, which allows passengers to check-in for their flight via a mobile device. The service can be used by visiting on a mobile web browser, or via the airBaltic app for iPhone and iPad.

Michael Grimme, the airline’s Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing, said: “Our aim is to continuously improve services to our passengers, travelling to and from our 60 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, Russia and the CIS.

“By using mobile check-in, our customers can reduce the amount of time that they have to spend at the airport. If all passengers were using mobile check-in and online check-in on all flights, they would save up to 100 million minutes a year. That is a significant saving of time – almost 200 years!”

Mobile check-in is currently available for airBaltic flights operated out of Riga, Bergen, Billund, Budapest, Dusseldorf, Helsinki, Lappeenranta, London, Moscow Domodedovo, Nice, Oslo, Oulu, Paris, Tallinn, Tampere, Turku, Vaasa and Vienna.

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FTE Asia 2014, which will take place in Kuala Lumpur from 1-3 December 2014, will include a conference session entitled: 'Leveraging mobile, wearable, biometrics and other new technologies before and after the flight itself to personalise and expedite the travel experience'. Senior speakers from the likes of Dubai Airports, Oman Air, Air France-KLM and SITA Lab are confirmed to share their passenger-focused plans and visions in this session.

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