Delta Air Lines is expanding its self-service check-in kiosks to international services, equipping more than 1,000 kiosks at US airports with passport readers. The carrier said all US kiosks will be upgraded by year end to handle international check-ins. Self-service check-ins for domestic Delta flights rose 10% last year, with 28 million passengers using the machines to obtain boarding passes.

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