Japan Airlines trials touchless check-in at Tokyo Haneda Airport

Trial at Terminal 1 South involves 2 kiosks

Japan Airlines (JAL) has started a trial of touchless self-service check-in kiosk at Tokyo`s Haneda Airport.

The self-service kiosks have state-of-the-art touchless sensors, which allow passengers to complete the check-in process without actually touching the screen.

The kiosks use infrared technology so that passengers can make their selections by holding their finger 3 centimeters away from the kiosk screen.

The trial lasts from August 24 to September 15, 2020. It is at Tokyo Haneda Airport Terminal 1 South Wing (Departure Level – Counter 18) and includes two kiosks.

The touchless system comes from Mitsubishi Electric and Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.

About Japan Airlines (JL)

Japan Airlines is the second largest airline in Japan after All Nippon Airways. It is headquartered in Tokyo.

Routes: JAL flies to 52 countries and covers all continents.

Fleet: In March 2019, JAL Group had 231 aircraft, comprising:

  • 4 ATR42
  • 36 Boeing 787
  • 40 Boeing 777
  • 35 Boeing 767
  • 65 Boeing 737
  • 17 Embraer 170
  • 12 Embraer 190
  • 12 BombardierDHC8
  • 10 Saab 340B

Alliance: oneworld

N.B. Image credit: JAL

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