See parent entry: → check
- 1verb + adverb 1.1 (register) (at airport)facturar or ( (Latin America) tb) chequear el equipaje(at hotel) registrarsethey haven't checked in yettodavía no se han registrado1.2 (make routine contact) (American English) he usually checks in after lunchgeneralmente llama/pasa después de comerif you're going to be late, be sure to check insi vas a llegar tarde, no dejes de avisarnos
- (at airport) (place & act)facturación (feminine) de equipajesExample sentences
- At Heathrow, passengers queued outside terminals just to join check-in lines but the airport expects to return to its usual schedule by tomorrow.
- Airlines often assume that some passengers will miss check-in times, and so overbooking of flights is not uncommon.
- Now, airlines are reaching the same point with check-in kiosks in airports.
- In addition to more space and fewer companions, some carriers offer limousine or helicopter service to and from airports and separate check-ins speed the process.
- Instead, passengers will need to pick up a boarding pass at ticket counters, curbside check-ins, self-service ticket kiosks or by checking in and printing out passes from airline Web sites.
- It's happening at grocery store checkout counters, movie theater ticket purchases and airline check-ins.
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