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Bangkok Airways introduces new check-in facility

Bangkok - Bangkok Airways recently introduced new check-in procedure through common-use self-service Kiosks (CUSS) at Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

Ms. Tresarun Sitakalin, Ground Services Director said “Presently, We allow passengers to check-in via mobile and website. We add Bangkok Airways check-in service in the common-use self-service kiosk, in order to provide more convenient to our passengers. They can do self check-in at

CUSS easily, and have their baggage load at Bangkok Airways check-in counter, F3.”

The new kiosk facility locate at Suvarnbhumi International Airport includes a dedicated self-service area with common-use self-service (CUSS) kiosks. Passengers who use the self-service kiosks can check-in for their flight from 24 hours up to 50 minutes prior to departure time and print their boarding pass, before proceeding to a designated baggage drop area.

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