Check-in at both Korean Air and Asiana can be done by appThe nation’s major airlines have launched Internet-based check-in systems. The nation’s two flag carriers, Korean Air and Asiana Airlines said Sunday that they will start providing Web-Mobile check-in service from Monday for lines bound for Japan from Gimpo and Incheon International Airports. Korean Air said the service can be found in its website or its smartphone application.
Once a ticket holder inserts required information, including the name and account ID, the person is allowed to download an e-ticket on the application after selecting a seat. Passengers can check their luggage at a counter designated for the Web-Mobile check-in system. Asiana Airlines also has a system similar to that of Korean Air.
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