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RJ launches a 60-second self check-in service at Queen Alia Airport

Posted 18 December 2018 · Add Comment

Royal Jordanian passengers can now self check-in at Queen Alia International Airport using the Common Use Self Service (CUSS) kiosks, available in the departures terminal.

 

Passengers’ boarding passes and luggage tags can now be issued without queuing at the check-in counters.  

This service has been launched to coincide with the national carrier’s 55th anniversary, which fell on Dec. 15.

Passengers flying on RJ and departing from QAIA can self check-in for all routes. Exception make flights to North America and London, due to security procedures.   

The kiosks provide other services as well, such as: passport details verification, flight number and time of departure, seat selection, Royal Club mileage calculator and the accruing awards. Members of one group/family can check in together at the same time.

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