When did airlines begin to use online check-in?

Answer According to Business Wire, a traveler flying from San Jose, Calif., became the first person to use airport check-in. She did this in September 1999. Its usage was initially limited, but the check-... Read More »

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When did Southwest Airlines begin?

Southwest Airlines commenced service on June 18, 1971, serving three cities in Texas: Houston, Dallas and San Antonio. As of July 2010, Southwest operates a fleet of 541 Boeing 737 jets, which serv... Read More »

How do i check through luggage when changing airlines?

Airline AlliancesTravellers making one or more connecting flights must verify at the time of check-in if their baggage will be transferred automatically to the connecting airplane, or if they must ... Read More »

When did online banking begin?

Presidential Savings, which is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, started online banking on October 6, 1995 by letting customers open bank accounts online. It was soon followed by the first Inter... Read More »

When did online education begin?

In 1989, the University of Phoenix became the first school to launch an online university program. University of Phoenix students could earn their bachelor's or master's degree. That same year, a B... Read More »