Paperless boarding on all Allegiant flights

By the Herald staffJanuary 22, 2014 

Allegiant Air announced last week that it's offering paperless mobile boarding pass capability to passengers at all 101 airports the airline serves, including the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco.

Allegiant passengers now have the option to avoid ticket counter lines by checking-in for their flight and receiving their boarding passes directly on their mobile device.

Through the Allegiant-To-Go mobile app, available for free on Apple and Android mobile devices, customers 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.

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