題目：Introduce about the process when you as a passenger check-in at the airport.
- LaviniaChuLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
It was noon. The airport was very crowded as many people, like me, chose flights at this time for it was convenient. However, on the other hand, the airport would be super crowded, especially at the check-in point. I totally felt like I was sandwiched from everywhere. I couldn't even move a finger. What I could only do was breathe, and at the same time, trying my best effort to strain my neck to see if I were any closer to the counter. The snake-like queue was moving in a snail-like speed. After what seemed like a few hours, it was finally my turn. The stewardess took my passport from me, while scribbling something on a sheet of paper. Then, she lifted her gaze and looked at my face. I thought it would only be a matter of seconds and it would be over, however, I could clearly tell that she had been staring at my face for a very long time, as if scrutinizing it. After deciding that I really did not look like any fugitive, she finally tore off her gaze from me and let me off. I broke myself free from the people that were all the while sandwiching me. Staggering towards the direction of my gate, I clutched my tickets tightly in my hand, hoping to find a place to sit and rest after the end of the tiring process. From the corner of my eye, I could tell the snake- like queue was still very long, as if unending.
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- 1 decade ago
When you arrive at the airport, you will need to find the airline counter to check-in. You may find the check-in counter for any specific airline on a display billboard located at the main entrances or hallways. Depending on airlines and the frequency of their flights, the counter may not be available all the time. Normally it opens for check-in about 3 hours before the flight time for international travels and about 2 hours for domestic travels.
After you arrive at the airline counter, the check-in process starts with the confirmation of your reservation. Normally, you'll need to provide your passport and airline ticket (if e-ticket, just flight number and destination) to the airline personnel. After pulling out the record from the computer, the personnel will check the passport provided and seat selection as well. For something to know, if you don't mind helping in an emergency situation and for extra leg room, sitting in the exit row is not a bad idea. Luggage check-in is the next. Nowadays, due to previous oil price increase, airlines all limit the number of free luggages to check in. Otherwise, a fee may apply. All luggages will be tagged and sent through the x-ray tunnel for security check. A little sticker, as a receipt, will be taped to your boarding pass or sometimes passport for later claim if it gets lost.
After the check-in process is completed, the airline personnel will hand you the boarding pass, your passport and any remaining tickets. Now, you are ready to head to the customs and security check.