Since 20 Sep, domestic flight passengers flying with China Southern Airlines, Air China, Shenzhen Airlines, Chongqing Airlines, among others, at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport can check-in with a QR code on their mobile phones, instead of a printed boarding pass.
It is part of the efforts made by Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport to create a ‘smart airport community’ featuring quicker check-in procedures.
Meanwhile, both airports in Shanghai have implemented the innovative service for security checks of domestic flights taken by some airlines.
Unaccompanied children and infants, and passengers with check-in luggage, however, have to check-in at the airline counters. Passengers whose QR codes are unidentifiable, should also check-in at the airline counters.
Applied Security Checks and Airlines in Shanghai Airports
|Shanghai Pudong Airport||Terminal 1||Terminal 2|
|Applied Security checks||Depart from all domestic security checks||The No. 2 and No. 10 for domestic security checks|
|Applied airlines||China Eastern, Shanghai Airlines||Air China, Spring Airlines, Juneyao Airlines, Shandong Airlines|
|Shanghai Hongqiao Airport||Terminal 1||Terminal 2|
|Applied Security checks||Depart from all domestic security checks||Depart from all domestic security checks|
|Applied airlines||Spring Airlines||China Eastern, Shanghai Airlines, China Southern, Shandong Airlines|