Rental Company Checks Passengers onto Flights

At McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, the interminal Alamo location is now the first to offer a new service allowing passengers to check in for their flight at the same time they drop off their rental car.

The new service, given by Certified Airline Passenger Services (CAPS), accommodates the traveler, hotels, airlines and car rental companies alike, says Jerome Snyder, chairman of CAPS.

Passengers can check bags, obtain seat assignments and a boarding pass from one to 12 hours before their flight. CAPS does charge a $6 service fee for persons 12 years old and up.

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