Digital boarding passes not accepted at all airports warns Ryanair

Budget airline Ryanair has issued a warning to British tourists that digital boarding passes won’t be accepted at all airports the airline flies to. While mobile boarding passes are accepted on flights from the majority of airports, there are some exceptions. Currently, airports in Turkey and Morocco, as well as Tirana Airport in Albania, are unable to accept mobile boarding passes.

Passengers traveling from these airports must check-in online and print out a paper boarding pass for their flight(s). Failure to do so may result in additional charges. Ryanair passengers can access their boarding pass under the ‘My Bookings” section on the app.

If travelers need to have their boarding pass reissued for any reason, they may be charged 20 euros (£17.27). Passengers could also be charged if they check in at the airport by Ryanair.

Please be sure to check the specific requirements for your departure airport before traveling to avoid any inconvenience.

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