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22-09-2011, 21:10   #1
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do i need to print boarding pass

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so flight in the morning forgot to print boarding pass - getting a aer lingus to england do i need to print the boarding pass or is the confirmation number good enough?

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22-09-2011, 21:12   #2
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Standard procedure in this situation is to wrestle one of the flight attendants in the ring of death
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22-09-2011, 21:13   #3
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Confirmation number is enough if you don't plan on getting on the flight
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22-09-2011, 21:14   #4
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they post boarding passes to you now
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Originally Posted by Captain_Generic View Post
Standard procedure in this situation is to wrestle one of the flight attendants in the ring of death
"...this SUNDAY ... SUNDAY ... SUNDAY ! me and you in the cage! two men enter, one man leaves. Then the other gets up and leaves later"
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Ryan air charge ya to print a new pass not sure about are lingus
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22-09-2011, 21:15   #7
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Ah -> Travel

Usually yes, you need a printout to show security etc.

Check-in Online
You can check-in Check-in online if you booked via and are between 30 days and 30 hours before your scheduled departure time.
Web Check-in is available for passengers on all routes specified in the list below. Web Check-in requires you to print your boarding pass.
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With Aer Lingus you don't need to print it at all. Show up at the airport in the morning and go to the desk the old-fashioned way, or print it off yourself from the self-service machine.
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22-09-2011, 21:17   #9
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OP, just use the Aer Lingus self service terminals, easy to use

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Ryan air charge ya to print a new pass
You need to start asking nicely
I've gone to their desk twice and they didn't charge me

Staff can waive pretty much any fee if they want to
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