Can I Show Mobile Boarding Pass?
I have started to like using mobile boarding passes to retrieve boarding passes through text messages or email links in recent years. Most carriers give the choice of a mobile boarding pass as an option in contrast to printing your blocking pass or picking a printed copy at the air terminal.
I have started to like using mobile boarding passes to retrieve boarding passes through text messages or email links in recent years. Most carriers give the choice of a mobile boarding pass as an option in contrast to printing your blocking pass or picking a printed copy at the air terminal. This is especially useful if you are not near the printer or do not want to waste time in the longboarding queue at the airport. But this procedure has a significant drawback.
About a year ago, I rushed through a foreign airport, trying to establish a close connection that would force me to clear customs and then go through a second security check. I used the airline’s mobile boarding pass, but when I checked it on my mobile phone, it did not show up.
I noticed that there was no Wi-Fi at the airport, but my mobile phone also had no signal. He could not open the boarding pass link, almost failed to issue the ticket, and stood on the incorrect side of the security gate. Panicked, I ran outside to see if there was a signal; it worked; I was able to take out my boarding pass and then ran back to a safe place to catch my flight.
This incident taught me an important lesson: You must take a screenshot of your boarding pass. You can also save it to the Apple Wallet app on iOS or Pass Wallet on Android for remote use. From that point forward, having a readable photograph or disconnected form of my versatile ticket has saved me the pressure, bother, and hurrying to the air terminal to track down a more powerful information association.
A mobile pass can save a lot of time
This is a simple step that you can add to your daily airport work. If you find yourself standing outside the security gate struggling to get your boarding pass on your phone, then you will be happy to take this step.
After obtaining your boarding pass, you need to scan the barcode on the screen at the airport security checkpoint and the boarding gate for US flights. Quick and convenient!
How to acquire a mobile boarding pass
Register at aa.com and select “Use the mobile option to send the email.” You can also register from our app, and your mobile boarding pass will be stored on your mobile device.
- Check your email from your mobile device, then click the link to get your mobile boarding pass.
- It saves your boarding pass to your device for easy access to security when you board the plane.
- Ensure that the entire bar code is visible on the screen when it is displayed safely.
Where am I authorized to use my mobile boarding pass?
You can use this mobile pass at a lot of airports. Before departure, please check whether the departure or transfer airport accepts mobile boarding passes. Find your airport and check under “Airport Details” if you can use your mobile boarding pass. Otherwise, you can print the boarding pass before heading to the airport or from any self-service kiosk after arriving at the airport.
Receive your mobile boarding pass
After checking in, click the boarding pass button to preview the boarding pass. From there, you can store your pass to Apple Wallet or Google Pay. You can retrieve your pass by clicking the boarding pass button on the travel card or travel details after registering.
Save your mobile boarding pass
Be sure to keep your mobile boarding pass on your mobile phone for easy access while traveling and when Internet access is unavailable.
Save to Apple Wallet on iOS
iOS users (version 8 or later) can register directly from the mobile site or app and save the boarding pass to Apple Wallet. When you see the boarding pass in the app, click the “Add to Apple Wallet” button. This will show your boarding pass. Click “Add” in the upper right part of the screen to save the boarding pass to Apple Wallet.
To save the pass to the email, open the attachment at the bottom of the email, click “Add to Apple Wallet,” and follow the same steps as above. Be sure to store each mobile boarding pass separately as an e-wallet card for check-in procedures.
Save to Android
Android application users (version 6.0 or higher) can register directly from the application and save their boarding pass in Google Pay. When you see the boarding pass in the app, click the “Save to phone” button at the top of the page. A mode will appear in which the user can confirm by saving the pass in Google Pay.
Mobile web and app users can save their mobile boarding pass to the photo library by clicking the camera button in the upper right part.