Yakutia Airlines has launched online check-in for flights from Yakutsk and Moscow on its website.
The new service will allow the airline's passengers to confirm their presence on the flight 24 hours (but no later than 2 hours) before departure.
Check-in through the website allows passengers of the Yakutia Airlines to choose a comfortable seat in the aircraft cabin and in the absence of baggage to be checked-in, by printing a boarding pass after online check-in, immediately board at the airport.
Online check-in on the Yakutia airline website was implemented with the help of Sirena's developments - Leo WebSky and DCS Astra.
Leo WebSky is an e-commerce system for airlines, a modern, technological solution for direct ticket sales on websites.
DCS Аstra (Departure Control System Astra) is a modern multilingual host system that automatically performs all the necessary operations of the passenger and baggage check-in process, maintaining a seasonal schedule and monitoring the implementation of the daily flight plan.
“The launch of the online check-in service for a flight on the website of our airline is not only another step towards increasing the list of services and services offered to our passengers, but also ensuring a high degree of automation of the airline's business processes. I am sure that the service will be in demand among different groups of our passengers", commented the commercial director of the airline Andrey Vinokurov.
Also, Yakutia Airlines is a user of the multifunctional platform PSS Leonardo, a modern complex for managing the airline's commercial activities, developed by Sirena. The full-scale implementation of all PSS Leonardo components in Yakutia's business processes has expanded the company's business opportunities and ensured integration with other systems.
Yakutia Airlines began flights in 2003. From the very beginning of its activity, the airline has relied on the use of modern aviation technology, the airline's fleet consists of modern Bombardier and Boeing. Since 2012, Yakutia has also been operating modern Russian-made equipment - Sukhoi Superjet-100 aircraft.
All Yakutia's airliners are fully adapted to the harsh conditions of winter in Yakutia and are capable of flying at temperatures below -50 degrees.
Today, the routes of the Yakutia airline cover the territory of the Republic of Sakha, stretch to cities in the central part and south of Russia, Siberia, the Far East, and many Asian countries.
More details at yakutia.aero