Kingfisher Airlines Introduces World-class innovations Focused on Enhanced Guest Convenience

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No more waiting at the Check-in counter; Guests with hand baggage can directly proceed towards security check-in where the Kingfisher Airlines' Roving Agent will print their boarding passes

Now you can choose your seat and print your own Kingfisher Airlines Boarding Pass at your Home or Office

Bangalore, September 19, 2006 - Kingfisher Airlines India's fastest growing airline and India's first carrier to introduce First class premium cabins onboard its flights- Kingfisher First, announced the launch of two world-class technological innovations to enhance guest convenience.

The first cutting-edge innovation is the introduction of the Roving Agent at the airport. Now guests with hand baggage need not wait at the check-in counter to collect their boarding pass. They can directly approach the security check-in counters. Deployed outside the Security check-in area will be Kingfisher Airlines' Roving Agent who will attend to these guests personally and book them on their choice of seats. Specially trained Roving Agents will reach out to guests and check them in using a mobile digital device and printer. Kingfisher Airlines is the first airline in India to launch this unique service.

Also launched is the facility of Web Check-in. Now Kingfisher Airlines guests can sit in the comfort of their homes or offices and print their boarding passes. All a guest has to do is log onto the official website of Kingfisher Airlines, www.flykingfisher.com and click on the link, web check-in. Fill in your reservation details and the screen will display the choice of seats available onboard that particular flight. Once booked the guest can conveniently print out the Boarding Pass and carry it along with him/her on the day of the flight and proceed straight to the security check counter at the airport.

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