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Vietnam Airlines online check-in service now available at Cat Bi airport

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HCMC – Vietnam Airlines is offering the online check-in service to passengers departing from Cat Bi airport in the northern port city of Haiphong to help them save time while conducting flight procedures, a representative of the national flag carrier said on Wednesday, November 18.

Through this service, passengers can now check in for their flights online via the carrier’s website at www.vietnamairlines.com or its mobile app 24 hours or one hour ahead of departure.

After completing the online check-in process, passengers will receive an “online boarding pass” via email. If passengers do not have any baggage to be checked in, they can use the online or printed boarding pass to proceed to the security counter without having to stop at check-in counters.

To date, Vietnam Airlines has introduced the online check-in service at six domestic airports—Danang, Tan Son Nhat, Noi Bai, Cam Ranh, Van Don and Cat Bi.

Aside from Vietnam Airlines, other local carriers have also introduced various air services.

Bamboo Airways is set to open its first ticket office in Central Vietnam on November 21. The office, which is located in Danang, will provide a wide selection of services including selling tickets for all flights operated by Bamboo and offering air consulting services for free.

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