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TAP Expands Mobile Check-in service to Most European Airports.

Check-in by mobile phone is now available for most European airports in the TAP network. The service is available for all Apple IOS devices (iPhone / iPod Touch and iPad), as well as Android devices.

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Landing at buiding’s top (Photo credit: pedrosimoes7)

TAP customers no longer have to go to the check-in counter at the time of departure since the boarding pass is sent directly to their mobile phone.

If you are travelling with hold luggage, this must be dropped off at the baggage drop-off counter before the baggage drop-off deadline for your flight (for further information click here). If you are travelling with hand luggage only and do not need to check in any items, keep in mind that the boarding gate closes 15 minutes prior to the departure time.

The mobile check-in service can be accessed through the TAP Mobile website using a mobile phone with Internet service and the TAP apps available for download from the App Store and  Google Play.

In addition to Lisbon airport, the service is available for the following European destinations: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Bilbao, Bologna, Bordeaux, Brussels, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Funchal, Helsinki, Horta, London (Gatwick and Heathrow airports), Lisbon, Lyon, Madrid, Manchester, Marseilles, Milan (Linate and Malpensa airports), Nice, Oslo, Porto, Paris (Orly airport), Ponta Delgada, Pico, Prague, Porto Santo, Rome, Seville, Terceira and Toulouse.

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