iPhone users can now get boarding passes sent to their phone for domestic BA flights from London to destinations including Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh.
A post was left earlier this week on internet forum Flyertalk by Gavin Hanly, BA User Experience Exec, and subsequently posted on the businesstraveller.com forum, announcing that following a successful test on the Heathrow-Edinburgh route, travellers on the following routes will be able to use the iPhone boarding pass from “about 9am tomorrow” (Tuesday August 10):
London Heathrow to Glasgow
Glasgow to London Heathrow
London Heathrow to Aberdeen
Aberdeen to London Heathrow
London Heathrow to Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle upon Tyne to London Heathrow
London Heathrow to Manchester
Manchester to London Heathrow
London City to Edinburgh
Edinburgh to London City
London City to Glasgow
Glasgow to London City
London Heathrow to Edinburgh
Edinburgh to London Heathrow
The post adds that BA will be adding the boarding pass functionality to its Blackberry and Android apps “in the near future”.
For more information on the BA mobile boarding pass, and the launch of the carrier’s first Blackberry and Android apps, click here.