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Qatar Airways launches Online Check-In Service

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Qatar Airways’ passengers departing from the airline’s hub in Doha can now check-in online. The service is available for all passengers flying with the airline out of Doha International Airport with the exception of those travelling to New York or Washington.

The new online check-in service, accessible on the airline’s website allows passengers in all classes of travel to check-in between 36 and 2 hours prior to departure from the comfort of their home or office. They can choose a seat, print a boarding pass or have a bar-coded boarding pass sent to a mobile phone in simple and convenient easy-to-use steps.

For passengers with baggage that needs to be checked-in, they can use the dedicated ‘Fast Bag Drop’ counters located in the departures hall of the main terminal. Those with carry-on bags can proceed directly to the gate after completing the necessary immigration and security procedures.

Boarding pass scanners have been rolled out throughout the airport to ensure a faster service for online check-in passengers.

First and Business Class passengers, who use the online check-in service and are departing from Qatar Airways’ Premium Terminal in Doha, can use any of the check-in counters to drop off their luggage.

The launch of the online check-in service is part of a series of initiatives being introduced by the airline over the next few weeks to speed up the check-in process for the convenience and benefit of passengers.

The airline will roll out the online check-in service to other airports served by Qatar Airways worldwide over the next few months.

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