Self-service check-in kiosks installed at Vilnius Airport in Lithuania

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Passengers using Vilnius Airport in Lithuania will now have access to six new self-service check-in kiosks to help expedite the departure process.

Artūras Stankevičius, director of Vilnius Airport, said, “As a European airport, serving an increasing number of passengers, we would like to ensure our visitors have as comfortable a journey as possible. Self-service check-in kiosks are a splendid way to do this and have been acquired by many airports worldwide to make all check in procedures quick and easy.”

The kiosks are currently available to passengers flying with Austrian Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Lufthansa. The terminals cost approximately €260,000 (US$291,700) each and are part of a project to develop electronic services at Lithuanian airports by the European Regional Development Fund.

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