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Airport check-in is the process whereby passengers are accepted by an airline at the airport prior to travel. The airlines typically use service counters found at airports. The check-in is normally handled by an airline itself or a handling agent working on behalf of an airline. Passengers usually hand over any baggage that they do not wish or are not allowed to carry in to the aircraft's cabin and receive a boarding pass before they can proceed to board their aircraft.
Check-in is usually the first procedure for a passenger when arriving at an airport, as airline regulations require passengers to check in by certain times prior to the departure of a flight. This duration spans from 15 minutes to 2 hours depending on the destination and airline (with self check in, this can be expanded to 24 hours, if checking in by online processes). During this process, the passenger has the ability to ask for special accommodations such as seating preferences, inquire about flight or destination information, accumulate frequent flyer program miles, or pay for upgrades. The required time is sometimes written in the reservation, sometimes written somewhere in websites, and sometimes only referred as "passengers should allow sufficient time for check-in".
The airline check-in's main function, however, is to accept luggage that is to go in the aircraft's cargo hold and issue boarding passes.
In-town check-in service is a service offered by some cities such as Abu Dhabi, Seoul, Hong Kong, Delhi, Kuala Lumpur–International, Stockholm, Vienna, Toronto and Taipei, where passengers may check in luggage in designated places within the city but outside the airport. This reduces check-in time and queuing at the airport.
I know people are tired of measure 114 post as am I but until this thing is completely over with I would like to stay up to date. As of right now December 28th what is the purpose of the next hearing? To my understanding it will be about the 10 round magazines and the “ loophole”. Does OSP have...
Fellow firearms people,
Today, I discovered that approx 17 out of 20 people in a very firearms friendly place, all had their ballot not counted due to "signature not matching".
I ask that everyone check their ballot status and seebif your vote counted, becaise that's too suspicious. I did not...
Like many, I was in the queue for my background check last Tuesday, I was 7,090 in line just off the phone with my FFL today, I'm 6,783, which amounts to almost 5 business days. The state has processed 307 background checks or about 61 a day some other posts mention they should be able to...
If you want to cancel the purchase of a firearm, after the background check has been initiated but not cleared, how long before you are likely to see a refund come through? What fees are you likely to incur by canceling purchase?
There are a bunch of firearms stuck at FFLs who are not doing no response releases. If a background check has been started, can a different FFL go and pick up the firearm and start a new background check for the transforee? @J&B Firearm Sales Inc. @alelord
The following information is taken from two publications: OSPs 2020 FICS Program Overview – Year end report, and the 2021 FICS Program Overview – Year end report. (FICS Firearms Instant Check System). These are year end mandated reports.
To summarize for those not wishing to read a lot, from...
Maybe someone could help me out with some advice.
I purchased a rifle from Sportsman’s in August. I’ve never had a issue with BG checks. But it came back as being delayed. The Sportsmans manager called me to tell me and said expected delay date was mid October and gave me a number for OSP to...
My corporate overlords have been using an online service to coordinate charity giving by employees, and they have included a benefit that will match our donations up to a certain amount. Sometimes, they straight up give us credit $$$ to spend on charities. This has been a popular trend...
AR lower and Dagger lower frames
I'm looking for any advice about how to proceed.
Two years ago, I lost a job and pawned a shotgun that's been in the family for decades. I'd never pawned a firearm and didn't see the tiny sign on the pawn shop door that said I'd have to pass a background check to get it back. So...
My Uberti .22 has been sitting in an FFL since February due to a delayed background check. I've had no changes to my legal status and purchased three other firearms without issue in the two years prior. None of the phone numbers on the OSP site provide any good info, nor have my calls, with...
As a result of the passage of the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act (BSCA) of 2022, signed into law on June 25, 2022, the NICS Section has been working towards the implementation of an enhanced background check process for persons between the ages of 18-20. The enhancement provides the...
Just as a reminder since its getting colder up here and furnaces are getting used. If you have gas or oil heat, or water heater ect, have a couple CO detectors. Wife in her line of work deals with people who have lost someone. She had a couple other day who had lost both parents at the same...
I'll put it here to begin with and keep an eye on it just in case it moves. (off topic?)
TLDR condensed version, amateur radio calls check in, curious, keep reading.
I'm an amateur extra and volunteer examiner. Ham Radio may seem something of an exclusive club. I'm posting...
Long story, short... I bought a handgun from a local seller and he chose a gun shop he was familiar with for the transfer. While waiting, a discussion started where the employees gave me lots of incorrect information about several inquiries I had about other firearms and incorrect specifics...
Somebody mentioned in another thread that the background check queue is already increasing. I would like to keep a close eye on it in this thread. If you do a transfer or have access to queue line info please share the latest number.
Feel free to discuss any background check related topics...