Jetstar says check-in fee is incentive to change passenger behavior

If you require the help of a Jetstar customer service worker for check-in, be prepared to pay a fee of $10, this feature notes. Jetstar officials defend the fee, saying it's needed to alter passenger behavior so they use self check-in and speed up the process for everyone.

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