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Allegiant Now Offers Mobile Boarding Passes

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Allegiant announced Tuesday that the company will now offer a paperless mobile boarding pass options to its passengers at all 101 airports it serves, including the Springfield-Branson National Airport.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Allegiant announced Tuesday that the company will now offer a paperless mobile boarding pass options to its passengers at all 101 airports it serves, including the Springfield-Branson National Airport.

The mobile option gives travelers the opportunity to avoid ticket counter lines by checking in for their flight and receiving boarding passes directly to a mobile device.

"Allegiant continues to find innovative ways to create a faster, easier travel experience for our customers while at the same time reducing costs," said Andrew Levy, Allegiant Travel Co. President and COO, in a press release. "We're excited to bring mobile scanning technology to even the smallest airports in our network so that every Allegiant customer can benefit."

Through the Allegiant-To-Go mobile app, available for free on Apple and Android mobile devices, customers may check-in for their flight, add seat assignments, priority boarding or additional baggage and receive their boarding pass right on their phone or tablet.

Travelers who have a mobile boarding pass may use the express bag drop lane at the Allegiant ticket counter for checked luggage or, if they do not have checked luggage, proceed directly through the security checkpoint to their departure gate.


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