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Self check-in airBaltic

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Hi, I've never used self check-in before. According the the airBaltic website, there's a 10€ charge to check in at the counter so I'd like to give it a try. How does dropping off my luggage work? Is an employee there to attach the appropriate tag? Will I have better chances of going through with a slightly heavy suitcase? Also, if I'm starting in Riga for an international flight, does the self check-in kiosk print out boarding passes for both my flights? Finally, is airBaltic at Vilnius airport just as strict with baggage weight? I'll be flying airBaltic from Vilnius to Riga and AF from Riga to Paris to Montreal. I'd like to choose a seat as close to the exit as possible on my flight from Riga to Paris as my connecting time is tight. Do I get to choose my seat at the self check-in?
Sorry, it's a lot of questions...
Thank you

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