Simple way to check-in at Air Asia in Terminal 4

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Air Asia self-check-in kiosks at the Terminal 4
Air Asia self-check-in kiosks at the Terminal 4

Long queue at the check-in counter at the airport? Why not try the airline’s self service check-in kiosks?

Air Asia is the second airline that I’ve used self service check-in kiosks and these are located at Terminal 4. Although not as extensive as Cebu Pacific, which I blogged about their kiosks before, this machines offer convenience and fast.

Is it difficult? No.

All you have to do is input your booking reference number, confirm and, voila, your boarding pass is printed. Unlike Cebu Pacific, there is no option to assign a seat. That’s why if you prefer to seat by the aisle or window, I would advice that you go to the regular check-in counter.

If you have check-in luggage, you need to go to the bag drop counter and leave it there. The entire process is really fast and I would have preferred this one if you can select seats as well.

The opening screen that greets passengers checkin in at the Air Asia kiosk
The opening screen that greets passengers checkin in at the Air Asia kiosk
First step is to input the booking reference number found at your e-ticket
First step is to input the booking reference number found at your e-ticket
If you input the correct booking reference number, passenger name will be displayed plus other details. Confirm.
If you input the correct booking reference number, passenger name will be displayed plus other details. Confirm.
Once checked-in, your boarding pass is printed.
Once checked-in, your boarding pass is printed.
For those with check-in luggage, head to the BAG DROP counter
For those with check-in luggage, head to the BAG DROP counter
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