Cathay Pacific Airways (CX) and Dragonair (KA) have lanched a new Self-Print Boarding Pass service for departures from Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) with effect from Monday, November 3. Passengers will be able to check in 48 hours in advance for flights departing after 03:00(Hong Kong time) that day.
Passengers will travel on Cathay Pacific Airways (CX) and Dragonair (KA) flights from Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), and who check in using the airlines’ online check-in facility, to print their own boarding pass at home or in the office - on A4 paper in either black and white or colour - using a normal printer.
The printout will be accepted as a bona fide boarding pass at the airport which means passengers using the service will no longer need to queue at check-in counters to get their boarding pass.
At present the Self-Print Boarding Pass service is only available to passengers departing Hong Kong who are travelling point to point on Cathay Pacific Airways (CX) and Dragonair (KA) flights. Those with onward connections will not be able to choose the self-print option and will need to proceed to the check-in counters at the airport to collect the boarding passes for their Hong Kong departure and connecting flights.
http://www.cathaypacific.com/cpa/en_INTL/atairport/kioskdemo ,for more details.