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Check in for second leg ?

Kimksmit
New Arrival
 
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Re: Check in for second leg ?

Kimksmit
New Arrival

I was wondering if you have a layover, if you have to check in again to get another seat assignment for the second leg of the flight. 

Re: Check in for second leg ?

TheMiddleSeat
Top Contributor
Solution

If both flights are on the same reservation, getting from point A to B then you will receive boarding positions for the second flight when you check-in for the first flight.  If you booked each flight separately then you will need to check in for each on individually.

 

--TheMiddleSeat

Re: Check in for second leg ?

CupCrusher40
Active Member

click check in one time, 2 different boarding passes will appear, 2 different positions a49, b1

Re: Check in for second leg ?

jksobonya
Rising Star

If your flight is all under one reservation you will receive a boarding pass for your departure flight and a boarding pass for your connecting flight(s) when you check in. If they are under separate reservations, then you need to check in for each flight you have a reservation number for. 

 

--Jessica