Mobile Booking Pass
How can I store a Mobile Boarding Pass?
There are many ways to store a mobile boarding pass, the most popular being getting it emailed to your inbox. This way you can be sure that it will be there when you need it. Alternatively, you can access it on a app, either in the phone’s wallet app or on the airline app. However, both of these options may require an internet connection, so it may be worth accessing it at home and taking a screenshot of it so that it can be accessed offline in your photos at any time, thus saving on expensive data roaming charges when abroad.
Where can I get a Mobile Boarding Pass?
Many airlines offer a Mobile eTicket. They will provide information when checking in as to how to obtain your boarding pass, if available. View the airlines above to see if you will be able to get a boarding pass with the airline you are travelling with.
Where are mobile boarding passes accepted?
Although your airline may offer mobile boarding passes, you need to check that the airport travelling to will accept it. If you are still unsure after checking, it may be best to print a copy just in case.
How does a mobile boarding pass work?
A mobile boarding pass works by displaying your ‘normal’ boarding pass in electronic format on your phone. Your flight details will be there, like they would be on a normal boarding pass alongside a QR or Barcode, which allows it to be scanned at the airport to register the details.
Can you use your phone as a boarding pass?
Of course! You can use your phone as a boarding pass in the airports that accept eTickets, along with tablets, smart watches and other devices where you can download and scan the device at the airport.
What do I need to bring to the airport if I already have a Mobile Boarding Pass?
You’ll need to bring your mobile or electronic device that your eTicket can be accessed on, along with your passport or identification (depending on the guidelines of the airline) and visa documents (if required).
Which airports allow Mobile Boarding Pass?
Each airport authority is responsible for whether or not they will accept a mobile boarding pass. The following, however, do accept electronic boarding passes on smartphones:
Airports which currently do not accept mobile boarding passes are the following: Agadir, Antalya, Belgrade, Bodrum, Dalaman, Essaouira, Hurghada, Izmir, La Rochelle, Marrakech, Oslo, Pristina.
For those not stated, contact the airline or the airport directly to see if your mobile eTicket will be accepted there.