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Air Jamaica Offers Online Check In

September 19, 2007 By: Travel Agent Central Contributor Travel Agent


We’ve recently recognized the increasing number of airlines that are offering online check-in services. Since we fly Air Jamaica for many trips to the Caribbean, we were pleased they joined this latest practice.

Passengers flying Air Jamaica now have the option of checking in for their flights online at The new option, Web Check-In (WCI) aims to significantly expedite the check-in process and enable passengers to reduce the length of time checking in at the airport. The online check-in feature allows passengers with electronic tickets to check-in for their flight, select a seat and print a check-in. At the airport, passengers who have used this service can proceed to the specially marked Web Check-In counter for the relevant verification, baggage and security checks to be carried out.  At this point a boarding pass is issued in exchange for the check-in confirmation. Travelers with bags to be checked can arrive at the airport counter at least 90 minutes before the scheduled departure of their flight. International passengers with no checked bags can arrive at the counter at least 60 minutes prior to scheduled departure and passengers traveling wholly within Jamaica with no checked bags can arrive at the counter at least 45 minutes prior to scheduled departure. During the initial rollout of this service, WCI will be available to passengers departing from Kingston, Montego Bay, Miami and Fort Lauderdale allowing them to check-in four to 18 hours before scheduled departure. Visit

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