After presenting false passports at the check-in counter, they were soon on their way to Rome.
The check-in line for our flight was short, and the terminal seemed strangely empty.
When I asked the people at the check-in desks for other options to get to New York today, I got a sad clown face.
And this is a check-in card, did you call it a check-in card?
He took off his helmet, tucked it under his arm, and headed for the check-in station.
check-in was a lot simpler than at a coffin-hotel or a Hilton: just a brief discussion of the available rooms and a quick tour.
I only found the checkout, I didn't ever see the check-in—I think I did see it one time.
An American businessman next to her at the check-in counter saw her puzzling over it.
The buildings turned out to be a few single-story administrative shacks clustered around a check-in point.
act or instance of showing one's ticket to or registering with an authorized agent, as in an airport or hotel
Check-in may require the presentation of payment, reservations, or other documentation or identification.