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    Continental does let you print your boarding passes online, and if your profile is complete it will have your passport number printed on the boarding pas so you can proceed to security (if you have no bags). We now go Monday to Monday- thank you Surf Club for allowing weekday check-ins- and the airport check in at Aruba is now a breeze!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffnev View Post
    Continental does let you print your boarding passes online, and if your profile is complete it will have your passport number printed on the boarding pas so you can proceed to security (if you have no bags). We now go Monday to Monday- thank you Surf Club for allowing weekday check-ins- and the airport check in at Aruba is now a breeze!!
    Thank you. I have all my info with Delta, including passport info. I think I will just stop at the desk when we get there an ask. I chatted with a rep from Delta online, but he couldn't really give me an answer. He suggested I ask when I get there. It will cut an hour off the airport time if I don't have to wait in the first line. I have learned my lesson about Saturday travel, though! This will be my last time doing that!

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    Last week I noticed a machine at the Tam which said "Print boarding passes for all airlines." There was a fee involved but I didn't notice how much.

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    >>> you have to check in at a counter"
    ----- Yes, think most airlines going out of the country from the States want to see your passport and they always slid our passports through their reader.
    I was on one US Air Flight at BWI once and they came on the plane and escorted one passenger off the flight. Don't know why but said you have to return to a counter. A few seconds after they got off the plane they closed the door and off we went. So I make sure we show our stuff before getting to the gate as getting to Aruba is a must.
    Don't know about in Aruba.
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    The USAir check-in kiosks are lightly used. Print boarding pass @ airport.
    Aruba where the toughest question each day is "where to dine tonight".



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    We stopped at the Delta office today in Aruba. I was changing our return flight. While I was there, I asked about doing this. I was told that if we printed our boarding passes ahead of time, or used the kiosk in the airport, and didn't have any checked bags, we could go straight to our gate without stopping at the counter. If you have checked bags, you still needed to go to the counter to drop off your bags.

    So... If you fly carry on only, you can skip the first counter if you check in online and print your boarding pass. This was direct from the Delta workers at the airport in Aruba. I hope this helps!

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    we fly continental and we don't check bags and printed our boarding passes ahead of time. we didn't have to do the check in line, went right to the customs thing. but i'm taking that suggestion about monday to monday flights.

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