US Airways mobile boarding passes available in 14 US airports

US Airways passengers can now use their mobile phones as mobile boarding passes in 14 U.S. airports including LaGuardia International Airport in New York and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Washington, D.C., with additional airports to be added later in the year.

Following check-in, customers receive an email containing a digitally signed and encrypted 2D bar code that is compatible with current imager-based airport scanners and boarding gate readers.

Customers are able to scan the mobile boarding pass at the kiosk if necessary or bypass check-in lines and head straight to the security checkpoint where the electronic bar code is scanned and validated. The bar code can then be used at the gate for boarding.

US Airways first piloted NCR Mobile Pass at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas and at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, N.C. starting in December 2010. US Airways teamed-up with NCR Corporation, which issued more than 1.2 million mobile boarding passes in July, 2011.
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