American Airlines will expand its international-flight curbside check-in service to 31 additional airports by early November. The move expands the service to 59 airports from the carrier’s current list of 28 airports that offer it to international travelers. Airports that will have the service include Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, Pittsburgh International Airport and Tucson International Airport.
Since September, American Airlines has expanded the curbside check-in service to international flights at 28 airports that had offered the service for domestic flights only, including John F. Kennedy International Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and O’Hare International Airport.
American Airlines customers who use the curbside check-in option can check in online for their flight, use the skycap service to check in their baggage and go straight to the airport security lines. The international-flight curbside check-in service is available during regular ticket-counter hours.