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All Nippon Airways said Tuesday that they will remove self-check-in machines for domestic flights at 51 domestic airports from April next year, marking a transition to a smartphone app from which most passengers can complete their preflight procedures.

The move, which entails removal of 437 machines used for domestic flights, is part of efforts to offer contactless services amid the coronavirus pandemic and reduce costs associated with airport check-ins.

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