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It’s Time To Redesign The Airline Boarding Pass, This Is The Answer

Airline boarding passes have barely evolved in the last twenty years. I’m referring to paper boarding passes here. Aside from switching over to the newer 2D barcode, boarding passes have remained pretty much the same. I concede that you can now print your boarding passes at home, or even scan your mobile phone to hop on board the plane, but the ones issued over the counter still look dated, fit oddly in your passport, and display information in the weirdest, most incomprehensible fashion.
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