Articles Tagged: “Boarding Pass”

Ryanair: ‘We’ve done everyone a favour by reshaping passenger behaviour’

Vueling partners with Sony to offer first smartwatch boarding pass

easyJet extends mobile boarding passes to Belfast International

Mobile & Wearable Technology // Jan 2014 // No Comments

easyJet extends mobile boarding passes to Belfast International

easyJet has become the first European airline to allow passengers to board their flight at Belfast International Airport using a mobile boarding pass.

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Allegiant adopts mobile boarding passes at 101 airports

Mobile & Wearable Technology // Jan 2014 // No Comments

Allegiant adopts mobile boarding passes at 101 airports

Allegiant has developed mobile boarding passes and funded new scanners at 55 airports to ensure as many passengers as possible have access to the service. Read full article »


Ryanair's 'nicer' O'Leary announces introduction of mobile boarding passes and changes to €70 check-in fee

Ryanair to introduce mobile boarding passes

easyJet launches mobile boarding at London Gatwick Airport

Mobile & Wearable Technology // Sep 2013 // No Comments

easyJet launches mobile boarding at London Gatwick Airport

easyJet has announced that passengers travelling from London Gatwick Airport can now board their flights using mobile boarding passes. Read full article »


Automatic check-in launched by Estonian Air

JetBlue: ‘We want to make sure everything the passenger needs for their trip is on their smartphone’

Features, Mobile & Wearable Technology // Aug 2013 // 3 Comments

jetBlue: ‘We want to make sure everything the passenger needs for their trip is on their smartphone’

Jonathan Stephen, jetBlue’s Head of Mobile and Emerging Technologies, outlines how the airline plans to further personalise the travel experience through mobile technology. Read full article »


“Ryanair is a dream self-service airline and if you’ve got a 10kg carry-on bag, a credit card, and a pulse, you’re our dream passenger”

Baggage, Check-in & Validation, Features // Aug 2013 // 1 Comment

“Ryanair is a dream self-service airline and if you’ve got a 10kg carry-on bag, a credit card, and a pulse, you’re our dream passenger”

This week in London, FTE’s Assistant Editor, Amy Hanna, met one-to-one with Ryanair’s eclectic CEO Michael O’Leary, who outlined how he intends to eradicate checked bags, when he plans to introduce Wi-Fi onboard Ryanair flights and why he refuses to embrace mobile technology. Read full article »


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