When airlines first began offering self-serviceoptions such as online booking and kiosk check-in, passengers initially were unsure. But they now view it as a given for the first step of an air travel journey (booking tickets) and are rapidly increasing their use of such technologies for the second stage (checking in). In addition, they are expressing an eagerness to adopt self-service “at all steps of the journey” including clearing security checkpoints and boarding ...

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