Easyjet passengers departing from Belfast can now use mobile boarding passes on their phones.
The technology, which was launched at Belfast International Airport yesterday, allows passengers to check-in in less than ten seconds, the airline claims.
Easyjet said it expects over 100,000 passengers departing from Belfast during the next year to download mobile boarding passes.
Since the carrier launched the technology in September, more than 2.5 million mobile boarding passes have been downloaded by its passengers.
Ali Gayward, the airline's head of Northern Ireland, said: "We're pleased to introduce mobile boarding passes across all Easyjet flights from Belfast to make travel easier for our passengers.
"The service will be offered in addition to printed boarding passes and will allow customers to check in and download their pass via the Easyjet app.
"Mobile boarding passes can be saved on the Easyjet app and accessed without network coverage or roaming charges wherever you are. Customers can check in for their flight as early as 30 days ahead of the departure or as little as two hours before."
Earlier this month, it emerged that Easyjet is to axe its Southend to Edinburgh route in June (see news, January 7).