A South African airline is taking the hassle out of check in with a new and innovative process.
While relatively new to the aviation space in the country, FlySafair launched their Check-in Rangers this week, following the successful launch of their WhatsApp boarding passes last year.
The Check-in Ranger process is quite simple. Instead of travellers waiting in queues to retrieve their boarding passes, they can look out for one of the rangers with pink sashes.
The new process will be available at the three major South African airports: King Shaka International Airport in Durban, OR Tambo International in and Cape Town International Airport in Cape Town.
The Rangers, equipped with two printing devices in holsters, will tag bags and issue boarding passes in minutes.