Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Phones to replace passports for Australian passengers flying internationally.

Passport free: Airports are always looking
for ways to clear legitimate travellers efficiently .
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From today, Passengers flying out of Australia will no longer have to queue up and show their passport for a boarding pass.

In an attempt to cut waiting times at Australian airports, passengers are being allowed to check into flights using a mobile phone.

From this week, airlines flying out of Australia have been given the option to issue electronic boarding passes directly to passengers.

It's an attempt to move past queues at check-in counters full of passengers waiting to be issued with a boarding pass.



Full story at NZ Herald.


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