A U.S. airline, airlines that offer online check ins for the first time, and even the U.K. government are offering free online checks-in for domestic passengers at an estimated 10,000 airports across the U: airlines that have never offered check-ins before.
Airline executives, who typically only fly at night and on weekends, are also rolling out check-outs at airports and airports that were previously reserved for check-ups.
In addition, some big airlines are offering check-out packages at some of their busiest locations, like L.A.’s Hollywood International Airport and Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.
Some airlines are also taking the initiative to offer check-up packages, including American Airlines, which is offering a package for domestic flyers that costs $300 per person.
In a statement, American said it is a pilot program for first-time travelers who want to make sure they have the best possible experience.
In addition to the free online checking option, airlines like Delta and Southwest are also offering check in packages for international travelers, which are expected to grow in popularity as the summer travel season kicks off.