In the last week, Southwest Airlines has launched mobile boarding passes at Baltimore-Washington, Denver, Orlando, Chicago Midway and Phoenix Sky Harbor airports.
Travellers flying with Indian carrier Jet Airways can now check-in using their mobile phone and have their boarding pass sent directly to their device.
Iberia and airberlin are the latest airlines to embrace wearable technology, announcing that they will offer smartwatch boarding passes for Samsung and Pebble devices respectively. Read full article »
Ryanair CCO David O’Brien reveals to FTE when the new app and mobile boarding passes will be launched, and why the LCC is now trying to “un-differentiate” itself.
Spanish carrier Vueling has embraced wearable technology and has partnered with Sony to offer a smartwatch-based boarding pass on the Smartwatch 2.
easyJet has become the first European airline to allow passengers to board their flight at Belfast International Airport using a mobile boarding pass.
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 »
FTE attended the AOA Annual Conference in London, where Ryanair CEO Michael O’Leary outlined changes to the airline’s check-in policies and charges.
easyJet has announced that passengers travelling from London Gatwick Airport can now board their flights using mobile boarding passes. Read full article »