Self-service check-ins at KLIA

The new systems, called Common Use Self Service (CUSS), allow travellers to check-in just with their passport, credit card or e-ticket and get their boarding pass issued in about one minute.

 

The kiosk, which resembles an automated-teller machine, has a touch screen and is powered by an IBM ThinkPad computer. 

 

Malaysia Airports Technologies general manager Aminuddin Yaakob described the CUSS kiosk to be different from airline-dedicated kiosks as it would be able to service multiple airlines, according to local newspaper, The Star.

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