Iberia mobile boarding pass
Wednesday 11, August 2010
Now have your Iberia boarding pass direct to your mobile and go straight to the plane without any more bits of paper.
You can use your mobile boarding pass at the check-in desk, security filter and during embarkation. Identification is more streamlined and dynamic, with less paper used for printing boarding pass.
Which airports already have this Iberia service?
Now available in Madrid (for destinations in the Schengen area), Barcelona, Bilbao, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Dusseldorf, Geneva, Prague, Zurich, Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Vienna, Copenhagen, Warsaw, Venice and in Paris-Orly.
What can you do at the airport with your mobile boarding pass?
At the airport, you can use your mobile boarding pass at the check-in desks if you have any baggage, at the security filters and at the boarding gates to board the plane.
For efficient identification, simply go to the mobile boarding pass reader with your mobile phone showing the 2D image on screen (preferably illuminated) and wait a few seconds to get a positive identification (acoustic/light signal).
If you mistakenly delete it or the mobile boarding pass on your phone is read incorrectly, you can also pick up your conventional boarding pass from any autocheck-in machine or Iberia check-in desk at the airport. You can also do this if the battery on your mobile is flat or you have forgotten your mobile.
The mobile boarding pass makes waiting times at airports more streamlined and considerably shorter, as the different identification filters are very much quicker and more efficient. However, we should remind you that the readers are not to replace airport security or Iberia personnel, who may ask you for your documentation as an additional form of identification.
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