Boarding pass to go as Ryanair launches smartphone app

App will make it easier for customers to browse air fares, book and check-in

From today, Ryanair passengers with smartphones no longer have to worry about printing their boarding passes for upcoming flights.

From today, Ryanair passengers with smartphones no longer have to worry about printing their boarding passes for upcoming flights.

Mon, Jul 14, 2014, 12:01

From today, Ryanair passengers with smartphones no longer have to worry about printing their boarding passes for upcoming flights.

The low fares airline has unveiled a new smartphone app which allows passengers to board flights using an electronic boarding pass rather than printing one out.

Passengers will also be able to check fares, make bookings, choose seats, book hotels and check-in for upcoming flights , using the app.

Passengers who do not have smartphones can still check-in on the website and print boarding passes in the usual manner.

The app is available to download in both iPhone and Android formats, in English, Spanish and Italian.

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