Emirates Mobile Boarding Pass

June 21, 2011 | By More

Mobile Boarding pass by Emirates

Emirates Mobile Boarding PassPassengers travelling with Emirates Airline are now able to scan their smartphones rather than paper slips at Dubai airport gates.

Emirates, the Arab world’s largest carrier, has become the latest airline to introduce mobile boarding passes for customers equipped with internet-enabled phones or tablet devices.

Emirates passengers travelling out of Dubai Airport can now log on to www.emirates.com to check in for their flight and receive a link to a bar-coded boarding pass on the smartphone.

Once at the airport, passengers can then scan the barcode, which is displayed on the screen of the mobile device, at security and during boarding.

The Emirates mobile boarding pass can be read at all check-in counters, airport security check points, boarding gates and immigration points in Dubai airport.

Emirates announced that following the launch of the mobile boarding passes in Dubai, over 30 other mobile boarding pass compliant airports have been identified for implementation across the Emirates network.

Airlines are increasingly moving towards paperless boarding passes as the prevalence of BlackBerrys, iPads and other mobile devices spreads.

British Airways in November unveiled plans to allow Gulf air travellers to use their mobile handsets in place of boarding passes.

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