boarding card


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a pass that allows you to board a ship or plane

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This paperless boarding pass contains all the data found on a conventional boarding card, including the passenger's name, boarding time, boarding gate, departure time, seat number and travel class, Air France said.
We don't want people showing up without the preprinted boarding card.
The electronic boarding card is then held in front of a scanner and the passenger places their thumb on a reading device for clear identification.
The fingerprint can also be printed on a traditional boarding card in the form of a barcode for airports which do not have a scanner for mobile devices, or for passengers who do not want their biometric data to be stored, the company claims.
The service allows a passenger to check in from 15 days to four hours before a flight and the boarding card can be printed up to 40 minutes before departure.
A When you buy alcohol or tobacco it is a legal requirement to produce your boarding card at an airport shop.
Several high street names are in the line of fire after it was revealed there is no legal requirement for travellers to show boarding cards when making purchases.
Some stores in airport departure lounges ask people to hand over their boarding card when they make purchases.
Today, having gone to the trouble of providing them in advance with all our personal details and even printing our own boarding cards, we still have to join an enormous zig-zag queue to drop-off our luggage only to find they still scan all our documents, then join another enormous zig-zag queue to have our boarding card scanned once again, before joining an even bigger zig-zag to be searched then finally another zig-zag to have our documents scanned once more at the boarding gate.
TRAGIC Liam Sweeney was clutching his boarding card when flight MH17 was shot to the ground at 33,000ft.
To gain access to the restricted area of the airport a person shall present some kind of permit such as a valid boarding card or corresponding document.
Safi Airways has come up with a straight forward transparent rewards programme where the passenger can cash in his/her original boarding card stubs for tickets.
We are listening and responding to our customers so that they can continue to expect low fares and on-time flights, but can now enjoy reduced airport bag fees, a second small carry-on bag and reduced boarding card reissue fees for those who have checked-in online, along with easier website access, 24 hour grace periods and quiet flights, with further improvements set to be rolled out over the coming weeks and months.
A teddy in festive garb and flying reindeer feature on the boarding card.
She wasn't able to print her boarding card because, as you know, there are no internet cafes in Alicante, no hotels where they could print them out for you, and you couldn't get to a fax machine so some friend at home can print them and fax them to you," he added.