Take Care of Your Boarding Pass
Recently, I learned the hard way not to wrinkle your boarding pass. I printed my pass at home and stuffed it in my front pocket. By the time I got to the security check point, the officer couldn’t read it and I didn’t have cell service to bring up the mobile version. I ended up having to go back downstairs, way out of the way, to one of the kiosks to reprint it before I could board the plane. Moral of the story: Take care and don’t wrinkle your boarding pass.
FYI: The boarding pass in the picture above was for my helicopter transfer from the Nice airport to Monaco.
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