Dragonair has launched its Self-Print Boarding Pass service in Bengaluru – the latest innovation to help simplify the travel experience for our passengers travelling from this city.
Effective 01 July 2015, passengers departing on Dragonair flights, from Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru, who have already checked in online, can print their boarding pass on A4 (Legal) paper in either black and white or colour with their own printer at home, the office or anywhere with access to the internet. Passengers eligible for lounge access will be able to view their invitations on the boarding pass.
Once at the airport, passengers can proceed directly to the self check-in bag drop counters for a travel documents check. Rajesh Menon, Regional Sales & Marketing Manager, South Asia says, “At Dragonair, we believe that travelling well is vital to living well. We are delighted to be able to offer our passengers this innovation, aimed at making their journey more convenient. With this option of self-print boarding pass, passengers can arrive at the airport, just 60 minutes prior to departure. The dedicated self check-in bag drop counters further enables our passengers to avoid long queues and reduces their waiting time.”
Dragonair, an affiliate member of oneworld, is a Hong Kong-based international airline, and a member of the Cathay Pacific Group. In India, Dragonair operates daily flights from Bengaluru to Hong Kong and six weekly flights from Kolkata to Hong Kong. Established in 1985, the airline now operates a fleet of 18 A330-300s, eight A321s and 15 A320s providing quality passenger and cargo services. The airline’s network covers 49 destinations across the Asia-Pacific region, including 22 in Mainland China. The airline’s expertise has been recognised in its winning the Best Airline – China category for six consecutive years in the Skytrax passenger survey. This year, Dragonair was named the “World’s Best Regional Airline”– the fourth time the carrier has received the honour. No other airline has achieved this feat since this category was added to the awards in 2010. In a double accolade for Dragonair, the carrier was also named “Best Regional Airline in Asia” in the same survey.