To improve the quality of services and ensure a smooth ride for passengers, Bangkok Airways will launch a Web-based check-in service in July.
Bangkok Airways' Information System Depart-ment vice president Ping Na Thalang said the company will provide the service to passengers who do not have any check-in baggage.
Such passengers will be able to get their boarding passes without having to go to the check-in counters at the airport.
He said passengers can avail the services by logging on to www.bangkokairways.com. They can buy e-tickets, select seats and check-in to receive boarding passes over the Internet. The boarding passes can then be printed with the barcode. Passengers can check-in over the Web 48 hours before a flight’s departure.
The airline plans to launch the service for passengers travelling from Koh Samui airport to Suvarnabhumi Airport before expanding it to cover 23 more destinations. It also plans to provide services through smartphones in the future.