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boarding pass

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(also boarding card)

Definition of boarding pass in English:

noun

A pass for boarding an aircraft, given to passengers when checking in.
Example sentences
  • In the second step, the passenger takes the boarding pass to the bag check location, where an agent scans in the pass and luggage tags are printed and attached.
  • If casinos' practices were followed, images would be taken at check-in, while would-be passengers obtain boarding passes and check luggage.
  • Customers on late flights may want to hold on to their boarding passes and check their accounts frequently to see if the miles post.

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