Scan and Fly Kiosk

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FARE RULES FOR TRAVEL WITHIN INDIA AND OTHER CHANGES APPLICABLE 31st March 2021,
AS PER THE DIRECTIVE ISSUED BY THE GOVT. OF INDIA.

Scan and Fly Kiosk

We understand your busy schedule and have designed the Scan & Fly Kiosk, to make your travel easier. If you have already completed your web check-in, simply print your boarding pass at these kiosks and go straight through to security.

  • Complete the web check-in at your convenience
  • Walk up to a Scan & Fly Kiosk at the airport
  • Scan the QR code on the web boarding pass
  • Collect a printed copy of your boarding pass

Please note this option is available only if you have completed web check-in. If you have check-in baggage, please submit the same at the baggage drop counter.

 

Kiosk Check-In

Vistara ensures your airport check-in is simpler and quicker with Self Check-in Kiosks, available at select airports. You can now conveniently self-check-in at the kiosk, collect your own boarding pass and continue to security.

  • Customers holding a confirmed and valid e-ticket can check-in at the kiosks
  • Kiosk check-in is available from 24 hrs till 45 minutes prior to scheduled departure for domestic flights.
  • Kiosk check-in is available from 24 hrs till 60 minutes prior to flight departure for domestic flights originating from Delhi and Mumbai. The service closes 45 minutes prior to scheduled departure for domestic flights from all other airports.
  • Kiosk check-in is not allowed for:
    • Customers with waitlisted or open bookings
    • Customers with special assistance request such as wheelchairs, extra seats, visual and sight disabilities, unaccompanied minors, stretcher etc.
    • Staff travel
    • Upgrade vouchers

 

Please find below the list of valid identity documents:

  • Regular passport
  • Diplomatic or Consular passport
  • Official, special or service passports issued to government officials
  • Military identity document
  • Laissez passer document from United Nations (UN)
  • Seaman’s book
  • National identity card
  • Children’s identity card
  • Certificate of identity issued to refugees (‘stateless’)

 

Joint (family) passports:

  • Normally a passport is issued to a single person. However, there are also joint passports in which case one passport is issued for several family members (usually a mother and her children under 16 years of age or husband and wife or without children).
  • For travel, such passports may only be used by the person named first in the passport; a wife may not use the passport for travel without her husband, or a child without its parent.
  • Please verify whether the travel document is valid for all passengers, as not all States allow family members to be registered on a single passport.