1. What is the offline check-in process?
Offline check-in is the process in which passengers confirm their presence on the airport in a flight with the online Internet available at the airport and will individually print their boarding passes.
IATA : EI
ICAO : EIN
CallSign : SHAMROCK
Founded : 15 April 1936
Key people : Donal Moriarty, CEO | Rachel Izzard, CFO
Country : Ireland
Office Address : Head Office Building, Dublin Airport
City : Swords Ireland
State : Dublin,
Zip Code : K67 XF72
Phone number : +1 800 474 7424
Official Website : https://www.aerlingus.com/
In Aer Lingus, you can do online web check-in within 30 days. It must be done before the departure date of the flight. It is applicable for all routes. You can also go for an offline check-in but this web check-in can save valuable time. If you are doing a job or you are a student then web check-in is the best option. After doing it you can print your boarding pass. Online check-in starts 24 hours before the scheduled departure time. You can also do the same through the Mobile App.
Here you will get a chart of the timing of the closing of online check-in from some countries. Check below.
|Departing from||Web check-in closes|
|Ireland | UK | Amsterdam||2 hours before departure|
|Rest of Europe||4 hours 30 minutes before departure|
|Rome||6 hours 30 minutes before departure|
|Malaga | Faro||8 hours 30 minutes before departure|
Currently, you should reach the airport 3 hours before the departure of the flight. It is so because of Covid. Now everyone can enter after screening so it would be best if you reach at the time.