check in after security?

Old Apr 13, 18, 12:53 am
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check in after security?

Hey all,
Tomorrow I'm flying SFO-LAX on United and LAX-NRT on Singapore air on seperate tickets. We checked in on United ok but the SO's passport expires in 6 months so Singapore is making him do airport check in. Originally the plan is to land in T7, go to T6 and try to use alaska lounge with PP, then go to TBIT using the tunnels so we don't have to go through security. But since we now to do airport check in with Singapore, is it still possible to go with our original plan? Are there check in kiosks after security at TBIT?
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Old Apr 13, 18, 8:32 am
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Do you just have carry-ons or are you checking bags? If you just have carryons, you just get your boarding pass at the gate. If you checked bags, I'm pretty sure you'll have to go landside to get them and then re-check with Singapore and go back through TSA.
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Old Apr 13, 18, 9:20 am
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