Easyjet has extended the use of mobile boarding passes to its biggest UK base at Gatwick.
The no-frills carrier began trialling the smartphone boarding passes in May at six airports including Stansted, Southend, Manchester and Edinburgh.
The system allows passengers to use the existing Easyjet app to download their boarding pass on to their iPhone or Android mobile device.
The airline said that mobile boarding passes were now available across 85 per cent of its network with more than 500,000 mobile passes being downloaded from the app.
Passengers will be able see their status as "checked-in" or "not checked-in" and boarding passes are stored offline once downloaded, so that they can be accessed without incurring roaming charges or needing network coverage. Access is permitted from 30 days before the flight's departure to 2 hours beforehand.
To find out more about Easyjet Mobile app, please visit http://www.easyjet.com/en/mobile.
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