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Did anyone have a problem with the on-line Cgeck-In site? I am travelling from Frankfurt to Srilanka (originally from Great Britain to Frankfurt first) I am searching on-line from Great Britain for the on-line check-in page, but the departing terminal does not display Frankfurt. I' ve tried to enter all the other detail, but it's not submitted without an outport.
Trying to enter a flight number that I knew was leaving Frankfurt today, but still no Frankafurt options.... Hello, if you can check in from Frankfurt this is a new thing. If I try to check in, I simply type "F" into the field Departures and a dropdown list will appear where I can choose Frankfurt (FRA).
Check and try again, please. Choose a departing aerodrome. Dropdown on this page does not contain Frankfurt.
The SriLankan Airlines check-in desk closes 60 min before your flight departs.
SriLankan Airlines will be closing all SriLankan Airlines' Economy Check-in desks 60 min before the planned check-in flight starts February 1, the carrier said this weekend, saying that it was a step to guarantee a fast and seamless check-in for travelers. Bandaranaike International Airport, Colombo, is anticipated to make optimal use of its infrastructures.
The SriLankan Airlines opens check-in desks three hour before and 90 minute before take-off. As a result, all online check-in customers would be able to board in good time before their flights. âThis will be an important move to improve our efficiencies, punctual sailings and increase our customersâ?? experience for our protected customers.
It will also enable us to offer them a truly smooth and uninterrupted journey experience,â? said the airlineâ??s Chief Marketing Officer, G.T. Jeyaseelan. At SriLankan Airlines, all airlines operating through Bandaranaike International Airport offer groundhandling flights and an estimated 70 take-offs are operated by SriLankans every day.
An example - arrived at the SriLankan Airlines (UL) International Airports more than two hour before scheduled on January 29 (Sunday) to take a flight to Male - 101, there was total mess at the time. Waiting lines from check-in desks â" were at least more than six â" to the entrance area, where personnel check the passes and allow access to the area.
We had two more unlocked switches that would have reduced the print when the switch was open. Turists, mostly groups of people from China, interrupted the waiting line as it took longer for their ticket to be handled and for there to be a tick for their planned sailing out. Sadly, there was no SriLankan Airlines or SriLankan International Airlines seniors overseeing the order and queuing of everyone.
Personally, I was complaining at the desk â" after having reached it almost 90 min in the waiting line and 10 min for takeoff â" and said that it needs a senior Officer (common practise at any heavily frequented airport) to make sure that order is upheld. And if not, how could you encourage the 2.5 million tourist arrivals in 2016 when the airports are coming up to the ground?
Answer from an unexperienced and molested teller â" â" âSir everyone is late today. There were many cases where the snake was broke and argument broke out â" not a pretty view for a land that pulls out all the stops in order to encourage it. A chaotic atmosphere at the airports is a normal thing on a bustling working night, when there is a downturn and so on.
Some of these lags are caused in this case by the strong increase in the number of tourists arriving at the airports and the ongoing renovation work at the airports. Bandaranaike International Airports (like any other airports receiving visitors in the country) should, however, be able to deal with emergency situations such as these with experienced, skilled personnel with a kind attitude that is always present to make sure that order is upheld and that travellers are handled with due diligence and discretion.
Reception and friendliness should be even more important on your return. How else can we make sure that repeating holidaymakers when their trip is tasteless?