http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/business/2011-12/13/c_131303207.htm Singapore Airlines has become one of the first to stop the use of self-service check-in kiosks at Changi Airport, due to low usage and the increasingly popular option of Internet and mobile check-in. The airline has 24 self-service kiosks at the airport that allowed passengers to pick their seats and print their boarding passes, local daily Straits Times reported on Tuesday. Those with luggage can drop them off at stipulated counters for loading onto the aircraft. The entire process took about five minutes, compared to eight to 10 minutes for a counter check-in. Singapore Airlines introduced the check-in kiosks in November 2006. They were provided by ground-handling firm Sats.