Air France-KLM has rolled out 765 new self-serve kiosks at Amsterdam’s Schiphol and Paris’ Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports. The kiosks, designed by IT provider SITA, allow passengers to quickly and easily check in for flights, print bag tags or purchase additional services. SITA said it will also provide its global 24/7 service management of the kiosks over the next five years. Air France-KLM VP-distributed services IS Group Nicolas Nelson said: “The New Generation ...

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