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boarding pass

n.
A pass that authorizes a passenger to board an aircraft.

board′ing pass`


n.
a pass that authorizes a passenger to board an aircraft.
[1965–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.boarding pass - a pass that allows you to board a ship or planeboarding pass - a pass that allows you to board a ship or plane
laissez passer, pass - a document indicating permission to do something without restrictions; "the media representatives had special passes"
Translations
palubní lístek
boardingpas
tarkistuskortti
ukrcajna propusnica
搭乗券
탑승권
boardingkort
บัตรผ่านขึ้นเครื่องบิน
thẻ lên tàu/máy bay

boarding pass

تَصْرِيح الرُكُوب palubní lístek boardingpas Bordkarte πάσο επιβίβασης tarjeta de embarque tarkistuskortti carte d’embarquement ukrcajna propusnica carta d’imbarco 搭乗券 탑승권 instapkaart ombordstigningskort karta wstępu na pokład cartão de embarque посадочный талон boardingkort บัตรผ่านขึ้นเครื่องบิน biniş kartı thẻ lên tàu/máy bay 登机证
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Introducing the mandatory use of boarding cards when purchasing alcoholic drinks in bars and restaurants (in the same way a boarding card is needed for airport purchases) and limiting the number of drinks per boarding pass to a max of two.
It said that the passengers are encouraged to report three hours before the scheduled departure time for international flights, and if they do not report one hour before the flight time, boarding cards are issued to chance passengers.
While PIA officials said that passengers are encouraged to report three hours before the scheduled departure time for international flights, and if they do not report one hour before the flight time, boarding cards are issued to chance passengers.
As a result of the difference between the actual boarding cards and the number recorded by the airliner, the authorities asked the passengers to leave the NileAir plane which was subjected to full inspection, in line with the relevant security requirements, ministry's Security Media Department said in a statement this evening.
SAUDIA, the Saudi Arabian national carrier, has equipped the lounge with 30 counters for economy class passengers, six for first and executive classes and ten devices for auto-service, including reservation, ticket issuance, boarding cards printing, in addition to eight devices for registering the waiting lists.
Like millions of others I assumed boarding cards had to be shown to airside retailers for security reasons.
A probe found most airport shops demanded to see boarding cards at checkouts, giving the impression that it is a legal requirement.
Today, having gone to the trouble of providing them in advance with all our personal details and even printing our own boarding cards, we still have to join an enormous zig-zag queue to drop-off our luggage only to find they still scan all our documents, then join another enormous zig-zag queue to have our boarding card scanned once again, before joining an even bigger zig-zag to be searched then finally another zig-zag to have our documents scanned once more at the boarding gate.
Sources said that all roads leading to the airport likely to be sealed, however, the passengers on showing their boarding cards and other documents could enter into the airport.
Panasonic also said it was looking at wearable devices that passengers could use as boarding cards and showed off a new HD screen and a three-dimensional hologram that may one day be used for in-flight entertainment systems.
At the new family check-in desks in Frankfurt and Munich, children will receive a special Christmas edition of the popular cuddly toy boarding cards as a surprise gift.
Virgin Atlantic, an airline subsidiary of UK-based Virgin Group, has announced that it is integrating Passbook technology with its mobile boarding cards.