Qantas' SMS-based 'three-click' check-in system is now available on all domestic flights, giving Aussie travellers yet another hassle-free way to obtain their boarding pass. Originally trialled in December on a small number of Sydney routes, all jetsetters can simply open an email link or text m...
POSTED 9 Mar, 2015 4 Comments
IN BRIEF | Qantas has updated its Passbook mobile boarding pass system to include real-time notifications of changes to their flight. Once you've completed mobile checkin for your domestic Qantas flight – sorry, this doesn't cover international services – and added the digital p...
POSTED 11 Feb, 2013 2 Comments
Qantas is joining the growing number of airlines backing Apple's Passbook technology for mobile boarding passes. Starting today, Qantas travellers who complete domestic check-in on their iPhone will be able to add their mobile boarding pass to their Passbook app. Just follow the mobile c...
POSTED 27 Nov, 2012 10 Comments
Apple's integrated electronic boarding pass app Passbook is all the rage among airlines -- but what about business travellers with Android, Windows or BlackBerry smartphones? British Airways thinks it has the answer: an automated system where the airline checks you in, assigns your seat and issu...
POSTED 28 Sep, 2012 4 Comments
Taking a flight that leaves from Dubai? Emirates will now let you check in, clear security, enter premium lounges and board your flight using just your smartphone. It's not quite an iPhone, iPad or Android app like other airlines offer, but rather a stripped-down mobile version of the airline's ...
POSTED 9 Jun, 2011 0 Comments
United is hoping to add Australia to the list of countries where it offers mobile check-in and digital 'paperless boarding passes'. Mobile check-in enables passengers to check in for their flight through a mobile version of the united.com website on their smartphone from 24 hours before the time...
POSTED 23 Mar, 2011 0 Comments
Jetstar technology chief Stephen Tame has stated his intention to make the budget airline "100% self service". However, the goal is not purely about cost-cutting, according to Tame, but rather, about making more seats available for passengers without having to find more airport check-in counters...
POSTED 4 Mar, 2011 0 Comments
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