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Title:Presenting payment credit card at check-in?
Post 1 Presenting payment credit card at check-in? Oct 22,07 10:52 PM

Hi everyone,

I aware that some non-Chinese international airlines such as Singapore Airlines require passengers holding e-tickets booked via its website to present the credit card they used for booking during the check-in process, otherwise the airline reserves the right to refuse check-in.

Does Air China or any other Chinese airline have similar policy to the above?

Thanks.

Post 2 Re:Presenting payment credit card at check-in? 2007-10-25 10:42:16.0
Nope.
Post 3 Re:Presenting payment credit card at check-in? 2007-12-02 00:46:19.0
no this policy,u just need your passport to check-in your e-ticket
Post 4 Re:Presenting payment credit card at check-in? 2007-12-02 15:13:15.0
At present, no Chinese airline requires passengers to present credit card used to purchase tickets upon check-in.
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