Japan Airlines to trial touchless check-in kiosks at Haneda Airport


The kiosks are equipped with state-of-the-art touchless sensors, which allow customers to complete the check-in process without actually touching the screen.

Japan Airlines (JAL) has announced that it will trial two new touchless kiosks at Tokyo Haneda Airport. The airline will trial the new technology at Haneda Airport Terminal 1 South Wing until 15 September.

The kiosks, developed by Mitsubishi Electric and Oki Electric Industry, are equipped with state-of-the-art touchless sensors, which allow customers to complete the check-in process without actually touching the screen. Through the use of infrared technology, customers will be able to make their selections by holding their finger three centimetres away from the check-in system.

JAL says that it will continue to embrace new technology to provide customers with a safe and secure travel experience.

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