1. jcp007's Avatar
    I am planning to email my boarding passes to my 9900 instead of using hard copies. Are there settings that need to checked if this is possible?
    01-13-12 07:39 AM
  2. SaMaster14's Avatar
    I've used my 9930 as a boarding pass many times. I just get the boarding pass barcode emailed when I check in online and use the link provided. Has always worked for me. (I've used it for Delta, United, and American Airlines).
    01-13-12 07:42 AM
  3. t3ddie's Avatar
    I've used my 9930 as a boarding pass many times. I just get the boarding pass barcode emailed when I check in online and use the link provided. Has always worked for me. (I've used it for Delta, United, and American Airlines).
    Thanks for the info! I sometimes fly Delta for going to the states...
    01-13-12 08:49 AM
  4. kazmi's Avatar
    wait...so this works at airports that don't accept e-boarding passes? Usually the major ones have started accepting e-passes but for the ones that dont, are you guys saying that an email copy on the bb 9930 would suffice?
    01-13-12 10:58 AM
  5. jcp007's Avatar
    I am flying Delta to RDU which hopefully accepts them.
    01-13-12 11:02 AM
  6. kazmi's Avatar
    ^ Yup, RDU accepts them. Safe travels!
    01-13-12 11:08 AM
  7. SaMaster14's Avatar
    wait...so this works at airports that don't accept e-boarding passes? Usually the major ones have started accepting e-passes but for the ones that dont, are you guys saying that an email copy on the bb 9930 would suffice?
    That I'm not sure of. I've only been to major US airports.

    I usually have my hard copy boarding pass tucked away somewhere just in case though.

    Also, if you go somewhere and they don't accept e-passes, you can always just scan that pass at a check in kiosk and it should print out your hard copy passes.
    01-13-12 02:20 PM
  8. jcp007's Avatar
    I will have hard copy backups just in case.
    01-13-12 03:33 PM
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