Full-service carrier Vistara today launched self-service kiosks at Delhi and Mumbai airports to enable passengers to check-in on their own. The service would be launched at 17 other airports by end of June, the airline said in a release. The facility would allow customers to check-in, select seats and print their boarding passes for their flights without queueing up at check-in desks, the release said.
Customers with check-in baggage can drop them at the check-in desks after printing their boarding passes.
According to the release, the kiosks would also be available for Singapore Airlines and SilkAir customers who are flying on Vistara-operated aircraft under code-share tickets.
With a fleet of 13 planes, the airline operates more than 530 weekly flights.