Mango Airlines has announced today that it has enhanced its online check-in service by providing customers with the ability to print out their boarding passes at home before heading to the airport.
The service, which will be effective immediately, is expected to significantly speed up airport counter service and baggage drop-offs will be clearly marked at all airports for those already checked-in to their flight. Once the low-cost airline introduces Wi-Fi on board its aircrafts, passengers will be able to check-in for their return flights en route as well.
The home check-in and boarding pass print service is at no cost, with the selection of specific seats in advance of online check-in opening carrying a R 35 per sector charge. Guests may also check-in parties travelling together. Online check-in opens 24 hours in advance of departure and closes 3 hours prior to departure.