Canadian airport installs check-in kiosks

A pair of check-in kiosks have been installed at the airport in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The kiosks have been installed in the airport's departures area to speed up the check-in process, according to the CBC.

Doug Newson, CEO of Charlottetown Airport, said the kiosks offer more accessible service, especially for passengers with disabilities. He added that the kiosks are long overdue.

Topics: Airport Kiosks, Customer Experience, Transportation / Travel

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