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Moscow Airport Offers Check-In via Skype
24.11.2011 14:07
Moscow Airport Offers Check-In via Skype

Sheremetyevo International Airport offers a new service – now passengers will be able to check in via Skype. You should make a video call using “svo_checkin” username and tell the operator your name, flight and e-ticket details. After that, you will get your boarding pass, which must be printed and presented at the airport. 

      The procedure is easy and it is supposed that about 15-20% of all passengers will start to use the new system.

      The airport's administration explains that, unlike the Internet registration, in this case passengers will not fear to “do something wrong”. The service is expected to become popular due to the real conversation with an operator.

      Currently, 20 airlines have agreed to accept this system.

      If you don't want to use Skype, you are always able to check in via Internet, mobile phone and self-service kiosks. 

      Source: AiF. Image courtesy: newsland.ru

      

       


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian transport Moscow airports Sheremetyevo Russian tourism Russian Internet 

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