Google Pay Allows Access to Mobile Boarding Passes for Singapore Airlines Passengers
There’s an additional way for Singapore Airlines passengers to have their travel documents updated and organized. Google developed Google Pay which is a digital wallet platform and online payment system. Passengers of Singapore Airlines can now save their mobile boarding pass on the platform.
If you’re a passenger without a check-in baggage, all you have to do is show your boarding pass from the Google Pay platform and go to the boarding gate after you’re cleared in the immigration area.
All you need is a mobile device suitable for the app. You then should get your mobile boarding pass thru Singapore Air mobile app then save it to the Google Pay app.
Singapore Airlines has already worked with Google on several apps like Google Flight, Google Now and Google Home which provide loyal customers better and efficient flight experiences. These apps let passengers search for everything they need to know about their flights, receive booking confirmation through emails and set their reminders for their upcoming flights.
Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Mr. Campbell Wilson states that their team-up with Google and the introduction of their newest innovation, saving a passenger’s mobile boarding pass to Google Pay is a product of their continued commitment to give more to their customers thru digital efficiency.
The brand new service of the airlines guarantees that passengers experience faster airport transit. It’s also a great way to take care of the boarding pass unlike before when you need to present a physical boarding pass. This time using a mobile boarding pass ensures that it won’t get lost.
The use of mobile boarding pass thru Google Pay when checking in is only allowed in certain airports right now. You can visit Singapore Airlines’ website to look at their updated list. You can also check their website for other information.