Air India has launched a new service that will allow passengers taking flights to India to check-in online.

Air India has launched a new service that will allow passengers taking flights to India to check-in online.

The carrier will open check-in 48 hours before departure for domestic and international flights originating from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad, reported Express Buzz.

Passengers will be able to print out their own boarding pass and once at the airport will be able to go directly to security checks rather than check-in.

Anyone travelling with baggage will still need to collect registered baggage tags and take their luggage to the appropriate drop-off point.

To celebrate the recent International Women’s Day, Air India launched a number of specially reduced fares for passengers as well as operating a number of women-only services, with female on-board crew and on the ground support staff.

Written by Alex Cochrane.

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