How to do check-in?

In this article, you will learn how to check in with the GO7 PSS system. Please note that the Check-in feature is an additional feature to the system and may not be available in all packages.

Please be aware that we have introduced a new default version of the check-in feature. To view instructions on how to use the new check-in feature, please refer to this article.

If you are using the old version, please proceed with the instructions detailed here.

For your convenience, we've added an interactive video at the bottom of this page that covers the steps outlined in this article. This video is provided as an additional resource to aid in learning the steps described below.

The check-in option is available only for flights which the check-in open button has been selected. (Not sure how to open a flight for check-in? Learn more.)

To start a check-in, go to "Check-in" module, then "Check-in" sub-module.

From the list of flights (If more than 1), select the flight for which you need to perform the check-in.

In the check-in screen, you start the process of the check-in. 

  1. Filter and manifest
  2. Information and status
  3. Additional information and sum total

Filter and manifest

The top segment of the check-in screen allows you to filter the information displayed below.

  • Search: You can search by PNRs in the flight for check-in.
  • All destinations / AC: You can filter results by specific routes of the flight.
  • Any status: You can filter by passenger check-in status. 
  • Complete DCS: Clock the check with the 'Departure Control System' (DCS require external connection to the systems.)
  • Close FLT: Close the flight from making changes and amendments.
  • Drop-down menu: Select the template to print-out (normally manifest).
  • Save icon: Save the changes made in the check-in.
  • Gear icon: Open the flight screen.
  • Refresh icon: refresh the check-in screen's results.

Information and status

The information area displays all the information and check-in status of the passengers in the specific flight.

  • PNR column: Open view mode of the PNR.
  • INF: Select and tick the check box in the passenger is carrying an infant.
  • FF: Click and type the customer's frequent flyer information.
  • ID/PP #: Enter the ID or passport number of the passenger (Optional).
  • Nationality: Select the passenger's nationality (Optional).
  • B/Pass #: Enter the boarding pass number (Optional).
  • Seat: Select seat by seat map. (Note: Not available for all clients. Please contact us if needs to activate)
  • B/Pass Ident.: If applicable, select the boarding pass color identification. (You can add in Check-in module -> Tag colors sub-module. Learn more.)
  • BG/Tag #: Enter the baggage tag number (Optional).
  • NOP: Enter the number of pieces of baggage the passenger has.
  • KG: Enter the weight of the passenger's baggage in kilograms.
  • Status: Select the the check-in status from the drop-down menu. (Need to add more status? Learn more.)

  • : Click to save the changes made for this passenger.
  • : Print out the boarding pass.
  • : Print out the baggage tag.

Additional information and sum total

  • Service notification: Additional notifications included in the flight screen will also appear in the check-in module and manifest.
  • Crew: Crew members which has been allocated to this flight, shows in the crew column. 
  • Routing: Routing information from the flight screen will also appear in the check-in module and manifest.
  • Total: Sum up the total of each status for the flight and the total according to gender.

To complete the check-in process in the system, click the 'Complete DCS' checkbox in the top area of the check-in.

PNR Indications for Checked-in Passengers

When you process a passenger through the check-in module, the system will implement a color indication in the Travellers section within the PNR.

Once a passenger has been assigned a check-in status in the system or the system detects that the passenger's flight has been opened for check-in, the passenger's name in the PNR will be automatically highlighted with the relevant color based on their status.


List of color indicators for passengers:

Checked-in / Boarded:


Check-in is open, status has not been selected yet for the passenger:

Video Tutorial


If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us by submitting a ticket to our Support department, and we will be more than happy to assist you. 


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