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a pass that allows you to board a ship or plane

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Then you only need to show a boarding card when you're entitled to 20 per cent off.
In the meantime we even have to have our boarding card scanned to buy a newspaper.
During the online check-in process, passengers will now have the added option of sending their boarding card directly to their iPhone or iPod touch, enabling them to avoid check-in counters and go straight to the baggage drop kiosk or to security check.
His attack came after Suzy McLeod complained about being hit with pounds 236 of fees when she arrived for a return flight home without printed boarding cards.
O'Leary's attack came after mother-of-two Suzy McLeod complained about being hit with 236 pounds worth of fees when she arrived for a return flight home without printed boarding cards.
A CARDIFF man has been ordered to pay more than pounds 91,000 in evaded excise duty on cigarettes purchased at Bristol Airport using fake boarding cards.
Spanish carrier Iberia on Tuesday said it has begun to issue on-line boarding cards in a new format, in which they fit on a single printed page.
7 boarding cards for a one-way and 11 boarding cards for a return ticket.
Without these procedures, Ryanair would have to re-employ numerous handling agents at all airports to issue manual boarding cards for passengers who simply 'forgot' to bring their preprinted boarding passes or who failed to comply with their original agreement to check-in online," said the airline's Head of Communications Stephen McNamara.
Ryanair (LSE:RYA), a budget Irish carrier, yesterday began a confirmation SMS service for passengers who forget their boarding cards.
They will explain the liquid restrictions and remind passengers to have their boarding cards ready.
Following the introduction of Ryanair's 100 percent online check-in service, the airline has now authorized third-party advertising on its boarding cards.
But most airline computer systems do not recognise apostrophes and hyphens - so names such as O'Connor and O'Toole end up as OConnor and OToole on boarding cards.
There are no tickets, just a booking reference, and now all Ryanair passengers have to check in online and print their own boarding cards.
Having printed their boarding cards at home passengers without check-in bags can proceed directly through airport security while those with check-in bags can simply present at one of Ryanair's "drop desks".