Online self-service check-in from Beirut launched by Jazeera Airways

Online self-service check-in has been introduced by Jazeera Airways (J9) for passengers from Beirut.

Online self-service check-in has been introduced by Jazeera Airways (J9) for passengers from Beirut.

Online self-service check-in enables passengers to check-in from their home or office. They can print their boarding passes on any printer and report directly to immigration when flying without checked-in baggage.

Passengers flying with checked-in baggage can also take advantage of the online self-service check-in service and are only required to drop their baggage at the dedicated fast baggage-drop counter, bypassing all check-in queues.

Jazeera Airways self-service check-in
Kuwait based Jazeera Airways has launched online self-service check-in for passengers from Beirut

Online self-service check-in is also available in Kuwait, Dubai, Bahrain, Amman, Jeddah, Riyadh and four of the six destinations Jazeera Airways serves in Egypt: Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor and Sohag.

Jazeera Airways is based in Kuwait and operates a low-fares business model.

The network originates from Kuwait and includes high-demand business, leisure, family, and weekend destinations such as: Dubai, Bahrain, Beirut, Alexandria, Amman, Damascus, Istanbul, Sharm El Sheikh, Assuit, Aleppo, Deir Ezzor, Luxor, Mashhad, Sohag, Jeddah, Riyadh, Cairo and Najaf.

The airline has a two-class cabin with Business Class and Economy Class.

Business Class passengers get exclusive check-in lines, business lounge access, up to 60 kilograms in free baggage allowance, and an exclusive on-board cabin.

Economy Class offers passengers have a free baggage allowance of 40 kilograms and free on-board meals with a changing menu every month.

Jazeera Airways was ranked the highest in on-time performance (OTP) in the Middle East in the month of September 2012, as measured by FlightStats, the US-based global OTP tracker. The airline’s OTP for September 2012 was 96%.

Read the press release from Jazeera Airways.