Finavia’s and Finnair’s pilot started in Kittilä: passengers can check in their baggage in Levi

Travel
Published
9.3.2018 - 15:01
Person walking wiht a suitcase.
A service aimed at a smoother air travel experience will be tested in Kittilä in March. The goal is to make travelling smooth and stress-free.

Using the remote check-in service, passengers can check in their baggage in advance at a remote check-in point at Levi Tourist Information and then continue to Kittilä airport carrying only their hand baggage.

The remote check-in service will be piloted from 7 March to 24 March on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for Finnair’s evening flights departing from Kittilä after 6 p.m.

Finnair will inform passengers of the remote check-in option via SMS, and the check-in point at Levi Tourist Information will be open between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on the test days.

Finnair and Finavia tested the remote check-in service in Levi for the first time last autumn. After the current test period, Finavia and Finnair will assess the results together and decide whether to offer remote check-in in the future.