September 24, 2009
The web check-in service of Cyprus Airways, introduced at local airports, is being extended to European airports, a Cyprus Airways press release said here Thursday.
Every Cyprus Airways passenger can choose, from the comfort of his home, instead of opting to wait in line at the airport, to check in and print the boarding pass for 13 European airports that Cyprus Airways flies from.
Apart from Larnaca and Paphos International Airports, web check-in can be carried out for flights departing from London’s Heathrow and Stansted airports as well as Birmingham, Athens, Salonica, Rhodes, Heraclion, Amsterdam, Sophia, Moscow and Zurich airports.
At the same time, work is underway to extend the service to more airports with the relevant infrastructure.
The procedure is simple and can take place through the company’s website www.cyprusair.com, 23 hours before the flight’s departure. The passenger should include the name, reservation number or flight code, choice of seat after viewing the plane’s seat plan and then printing the boarding pass. Luggage will be weighed at a special stand at the airport, thus saving time and avoiding long lines.
Cyprus Airways extends web check-in to 13 European airports