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New S7 Airlines service at Hong Kong airport
Russian Aviaton » Friday January 31, 2014 16:32 MSK

S7 Airlines, a member of the oneworld® global aviation alliance®, announces the introduction of a new service for passengers - through check-in of baggage from S7 own flights to ferry crossings in Hong Kong.

The service is available at eight ports connected by ferry service with Hong Kong airport - Macau (Ferry Terminal, Taipa), Zhuhai, Zhongshan, Guangzhou-Nansha, Dongguan, Shenzhen (Fuyong, Shekou).

Now passengers of S7 Airlines flights to Hong Kong, who plan to continue their journey by ferry, can register their baggage to the final destination point and will not receive it at the airport. Through check-in is also available for return trips. So, for example, a passenger can register and check-in the baggage at the port of Macau, get a baggage tag with indication of both airline and ferry crossing and pick up the baggage in Russia, in the destination point1.

S7 Airlines is the only Russian airline which provides the service of through check-in of baggage to ferry crossings in Hong Kong.

The airline constantly offers new services to its passengers, allowing to travel with more comfort. From January 27 passengers can use a mobile boarding pass at S7 Airlines flights from Hong Kong. Online registered passengers just need to have it displayed on their mobile phone screen and present the 2D bar-code for scanning at the airport.

Currently S7 Airlines operates flights to Hong Kong from four Russian cities - Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Vladivostok and Khabarovsk.

Air tickets can be purchased at www.s7.ru, the S7 mobile website m.s7.ru, through the iPhone app and at any S7 sales office. You can also learn accurate flight information, book and buy tickets by calling our Contact Centre at 8-800-200-000-7 (free for Russia).

In China you can call the Contact Center at 4000070725 (free local calls) and the landline phone number of the Contact Center in Hong Kong at +85230775557.

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