Business magnate Mikee Romero-led AirAsia Philippines has deployed an improved self-service check-in system in preparation for the resumption of its flights.
Guests only need to check-in online to generate a QR code, which will activate the kiosks automatically.
“We look forward to flying with our guests as soon as circumstances allow it. With the hope that the global community is on its way to recovery, we continue to put in place measures that will safeguard the health and wellbeing of our passengers and crew. One way AirAsia is doing this is by maximizing the power of technology in line with our vision of becoming a fully digital company,” said Ricky Isla, CEO of AirAsia Philippines.
Scanning a QR code will automatically print boarding passes and baggage tags without having to touch the kiosk’s screen.
Guests may seamlessly self check-in on the AirAsia.com website and mobile app 14 days up to 1 hour before the scheduled departure time.
AirAsia’s mobile app will also soon allow guests to scan their passports via the app itself, facilitating a more streamlined user experience and a seamless and contactless self check-in process.
There are also plans to progressively add other features such as travel visa scanning capabilities in the near future.