Allegiant Adds Mobile Boarding Pass Technology at GSP International Airport
Date: January 15, 2014
GREER, S.C. –Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP) passengers can now use their mobile devices to display their Allegiant boarding pass at check-in, the TSA security checkpoint and to board their flight.
Allegiant Travel is the latest airline to take part in the mobile boarding movement at GSP. They join Delta, American, US Airways, United and Southwest in an effort to making traveling through GSP even more efficient.
“The introduction of these types of convenient, self-service technologies enables us to pass savings on to our customers,” said Scott Allard, Allegiant Travel Co. Chief Information Officer.
Through the Allegiant-To-Go mobile app, available for free on Apple and Android mobile devices, passengers may check-in for their flight, add seat assignments, priority boarding or additional baggage and receive their boarding pass right on their phone or tablet. Travelers who have a mobile boarding pass may use the express bag drop lane at the Allegiant ticket counter for checked luggage or, if they do not have checked luggage, proceed directly through the security checkpoint to their departure gate. The mobile boarding pass option will save travelers the time and trouble of waiting in the ticket counter line.