Air Asia Launches Home Tag Feature

In a perfect world, the excitement and momentum of travel would not be slowed down by pesky queues at the airport, and now, Air Asia is bringing us closer to travel utopia with the launch of its Home Tag feature, a self-service check-in option that enables guests to bypass ticketing queues altogether. Launched at Senai International Airport, the Home Tag feature lets passengers print their luggage tags at home together with their boarding passes when conducting web check-in. Then, passengers simply have to fold their printed luggage tag into a Home Tag Sleeve provided at the airport and attach it to their luggage before dropping it off at the Self Bag-Drop counter. Currently, this service is available for Bahru-Kuching and Johor Bahru-Kuala Lumpur services, with plans to implement this service for all flights departing Johor Bahru. Furthermore, the airline will be making arrangements to provide this self-service option throughout the rest of its network in the region.

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