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03-27-2007, 09:14 AM
Is there a Disney Resort Airline Check-In Desk at he All Star Movies Resort? Our plane leaves at 7:00 pm our last day and we want to be able to check our bags and get boarding passes prior to leaving for park. If not, is there a way to get boarding passes at front desk?

thanks for the info.

03-27-2007, 09:53 AM
There is an airline check in desk in the lobby of the Movies but there are only certain airlines that participate with them. What airline are you flying?

03-27-2007, 11:15 AM
We are flying Air Tran.

03-27-2007, 11:43 AM
This is what I found on a website but don't know how acurate it is because I saw a couple pics of a check in desk and saw the Airline Song on the list. May have to just call the ASMo resort and find out for sure.

* Resort Airline Check-In Service at your Disney resort is only available if you are flying domestically (includes Puerto Rico) on the following airlines: Alaska Airlines, American, Continental, Delta, JetBlue, Northwest, and United (including TED). It is a complimentary (free) service.

* This service allows you to check your luggage and receive your airline boarding passes right at your resort on the day of your departure.

* This service is separate from Magical Express. You do not have to participate in Magical Express to utilize the Resort Airline Check-in Service.

* Each Disney resort has a dedicated Check-In Desk located in or near the Lobby or near the outside entrance to the resort. If you can't locate the Resort Airline Check-in Desk, ask at the Front Desk.

03-27-2007, 01:32 PM
Resort Airline Check-in can only be used if you are flying specific airlines, nicknamed "participating airlines." Right now, AirTran is in a testing phase with Resort Airline Check-in. Unfortunately, this test is not being done at any of the All Stars resorts. It's only at the deluxes and CSR right now.

So, sorry, the anwer is no, you can't use Resort Airline Check-in at ASMo right now. Most likely it will be available sometime in the near future, but no one knows when right now.

Resort Airline Check-in is available at ALL WDW owned-and-operated resorts.

03-27-2007, 02:52 PM
This is directly from the Disney website.


Q: What is the Resort Airline Check-in Service?

A: This service allows Guests to check luggage and receive airline boarding passes at their Disney Resort hotel. At this time, remote check-in service is only available for guests flying domestically on the following airlines: American, Continental, jetBlue, Delta, Alaska, Northwest, and United (including Ted). Additional airlines may be added at a later date.

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Q: Where are the Resort Airline Check-in Desks located?

A: The dedicated check-in desks will be located in or near the lobby or outside the Resort entrance.

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Q: What are the hours of operation for the Resort Airline Check-in Desk?

A: The Resort Airline Check-in Desk is open from 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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Q: Do Guests have to ride the Disney's Magical Express motor coach back to the airport in order to participate in the Resort Airline Check-in?

A:No. After utilizing the Resort Airline Check-in, Guests can either take advantage of the complimentary Disney's Magical Express motor coach transportation to the airport or they can arrange their own private transportation. Their checked luggage will be transported to the airport regardless of which transportation option they choose.

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Q: How early may a Guest check-in for a flight using the Resort Airline Check-in Service?

A:You can check-in at any time on your day of departure as long as it it not less than 3 hours prior to your flight departure time.

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Q: How far in advance of the scheduled flight time does a Guest need to check-in using the Resort Airline Check-in Service?

A: Guests must check-in no later than three hours prior to their scheduled flight departure time.

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Q: If Guests are departing for an international destination, can they take advantage of the Resort Airline Check-in Service?

A: No. Guests departing for international destinations will need to check-in at Orlando International Airport. At this time, the service is only available for Guests departing for domestic locations, including Puerto Rico.

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Q: Does Walt Disney WorldŽ Resort operate the Resort Airline Check-in Service?

A: No. A Transportation Safety Administration-approved third party company, on behalf of the participating airlines, operates the service.