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American Airlines expands curbside check-in to international flights

Originally published on businesstravelerusa.com 22/10/2011 - Filed under: News »

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American Airlines is now offering curbside check-in to international travelers, including those traveling to countries that require visas, in addition to their domestic passengers. 

The new international curbside check-in feature is currently offered at 28 airports, including the key markets of Los Angeles, Dallas/Fort Worth, Chicago O'Hare, Miami and at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. Thirty-one more airports will be offering the service around the start of November.

The service allows customers to book their flights, purchase tickets and check-in at home, then drop off their bags with a skycap upon arriving at the airport. 

American started offering curbside check-in for domestic flights in September.  

For more information visit aa.com

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StephenLondon - 24/10/2011 06:45

American has been offering curbside check-in for years for US Domestic customers. In fact, many US carriers offer this service in locations where possible.

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