Air China has installed self check-in kiosks at Tokyo Haneda Airport, after having installed them at Tokyo Narita Airport, Hong Kong International Airport and Frankfurt Airport.
The system offers services in three languages – Chinese, English and Japanese – and will support checking in for domestic transfers via Beijing.
As with all self check-in counters, these will allow users to select a seat, accumulate PhoenixMiles and print out boarding passes.
Recently, Air China has been investing in enhancing its service quality. The carrier opened an arrival lounge at Beijing Capital Airport’s Terminal 3 for premium passengers earlier this year (see story here) as well as announced plans to replace its business class seats on 16 Airbus A330-300 aircraft (see story here) with new flat bed seats, which are currently fitted on the carrier’s B777-300ERs (see story here).
For more information, visit www.airchina.com