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Qantas launches International Online Check-In and Advance Seat Selection

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Friday, 19 June 2009

Qantas has launched international online check-in and advance seat selection, expanding the range of services available to customers.

The ability to check-in online for international travel means customers can check-in at their leisure between 24 hours and two hours before their flight from their home, office or hotel, said Qantas Group Executive Manager Customer and Marketing, Ms Lesley Grant. Customers who check-in online will enjoy a faster airport experience with dedicated online check-in counters for bag drop and necessary visa checks.

Qantas is also rewarding its top tier Frequent Flyers, (Platinum, Gold and Silver) with the ability to choose their seat online.

Immediately after making a booking, whether at qantas.com or through other booking channels, eligible Frequent Flyers can now request their seat for international flights.

Over the past few years, Qantas has invested significantly in new generation product both inflight and on the ground, including lounge refurbishments, the introduction of our fourth cabin, International Premium Economy, and the delivery of our A380s, Ms Grant said. Our aim is to provide travellers with a wide range of services to ensure a seamless travel experience, and customers can expect to see even more enhancements to domestic and international customer services later in 2009.

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