The LATAM Airlines app provides the early check-in feature to make life easier for your users. This can be done via smartphone quickly, conveniently and safely. Check-in is available 48 hours prior to your flight departure. To perform the procedure, just have some basic data in hand.
At the end of the process, the boarding pass will be available directly on your mobile phone and can be presented at the port of shipment without the need for printing. Check-in can be canceled up to one hour before the flight. The app is available for Android and iPhone (iOS) phones. O TechTudo prepared a tutorial that shows you how to check in on a LATAM flight from your mobile phone.
How to check in Gol flight by mobile
LATAM's app allows users to check in online Photo: Rubens Achilles / TechTudo
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Step 1. Download the LATAM Airlines app from the TechTudo Downloads page. When opening the app, the user needs to click on "Add your trip". On the next screen you will need to enter the booking code and your last name. After performing these steps, just click "Add";
Add your trip to the LATAM app to start the check-in procedure. Photo: Reproduo / Sara Faria
Step 2 The next step is to confirm or enter data such as: full name, nationality, date of birth, ID and emergency contact. Then click on "Continue";
Please enter the necessary data for LATAM check-in. Photo: Reproduction / Sara Faria
Step 3. To complete check-in, you will need to accept the "Terms and Conditions". After that, the check in is completed;
After clicking "I accept", LATAM check-in is completed Photo: Reproduction / Sara Faria
Step 4. With the digital boarding pass saved in the mobile phone, simply go to the corresponding airport port. This information will be available on the local flight panels.
With LATAM's digital boarding pass, it is not necessary to print the ticket. Photo: Reproduction / Sara Faria
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