SAS launches Mobile Boarding Passes

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 15 October 2009

SAS Scandinavian Airlines is now offering its passengers the convenience of mobile boarding passes. This means SAS customers can now travel using only their mobile phone and with an ID card/passport.

"SAS continues to save valuable time for our customers. Now customers can check-in on our mobile site or via SMS and receive a 2D bar code that functions as their mobile boarding pass," said Lena Rkaas, Vice President Product & Customer Services, Scandinavian Airlines. "For years we have worked hard on providing our customers time efficient travel solutions, and with the introduction of mobile boarding passes we have taken one step closer to hassle free travel."

The mobile boarding pass contains a 2D bar code that can be read electronically at the airport. The 2D bar code can be used to get baggage tags from the SAS Self Service kiosks, at security screening, duty-free shopping, entering SAS lounges and when boarding.

The mobile boarding pass will be available if passengers check-in via SMS or SAS mobile site on the following destinations with SAS and SAS subsidiary Blue:

Domestic flights within Scandinavia and Finland; Intra Scandinavian flights and to/from Finland; Flights to Europe and Asia; and Selected flights from Europe.

The service will be available to all passengers with mobile internet (WAP).

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