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The airline is still working on making sure check-ins are up to date, but we’ve got some good news.
For those who missed it earlier this week, check-outs are back.
FlightChecker, a feature of the airline’s online system, lets you check-out a flight from a city you know by name or an airline you like, as long as you have a valid airline ticket.
The new feature is rolling out to all of Alaska Airlines flights, according to an email sent out to customers today.
So far, checkouts are working smoothly, but if you have not used the system yet, you might want to check back in the next few days.
The email, sent by Alaska Airlines CEO David Anderson, said the new system was rolling out at the end of April, with “a full rollout expected in the second half of June.”
He noted that some of the feature’s most popular features were not yet ready to use, so there’s no telling when the feature will be fully operational.
The airlines recently added a “fly-through” feature that lets passengers check-off their check-points and check-up in-flight.
The airline also rolled out a new online checkin feature that allows users to request an in-person check-down, which will then allow them to make an appointment to make sure they have enough room on their flight to check in.
But the airline also said it is looking into additional ways to make check-ups faster, including providing “fast-track” tickets, which allow users to order flights in advance and then pick them up within a few minutes.