American Airlines has announced today that they will now accept mobile ticketing at another 19 airports. This now brings the total to 27 airports around the country that will accept boarding passes that are displayed on your mobile device. It will work on mobile phones like the Sony Ericsson Aspen as well as Pads and will display a two-dimensional barcode. Now, you will not have to worry about printing out a boarding pass or getting one at the airport. This may also help you get to the security area a little bit quicker.
It is very easy to use in that you merely choose the option to have an e-mail correctly to your phone, like the Nokia 5300 unlocked cell phone or PDA and American Airlines will send the boarding pass to your e-mail and then you can get it right off of your mobile device. The new airports that were announced include Albuquerque, Charlotte, Cleveland, Denver, El Paso, Houston, Jacksonville, Orlando, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Washington, Little Rock and Phoenix.
These are, in addition to the first ones that include Chicago, Austin, Dallas, Los Angeles, Orange County, Las Vegas, Atlanta and Minneapolis. You can visit the American airline's website to get further details about how the process works. This is just one more application that will make travelers lives a lot easier. Now, you will not have to worry about whether or not you printed out your boarding pass before you get to the airport, as you will just simply need to show your mobile device and the barcode. Now all you will have to worry about is whether or not your luggage will get lost on the way to your destination.