Automatic check-in for Lufthansa passengers
Lufthansa passengers with a ticket within Germany or to a destination in Europe, can now receive their boarding pass on their smartphone 23 hours before departure of the flight.
The boarding pass will be automatically sent to the traveller, with no need for any manual check-in. The automatic check-in service is available on all Lufthansa flights within the Schengen area and can be activated or deactivated at any time.
How does it work?
You can request the service by filling in your contact details in your personal Miles & More account or your Lufthansa ID profile. After this, the service will be automatically activated and will apply to all tickets booked from that moment on within Germany or the Schengen area. You will only receive an automatic boarding pass for tickets that are booked up to 24 hours before departure of the flight. Do you no longer want to automatically receive your boarding pass on your smartphone? In your personal Miles and More account or Lufthansa ID profile the service can be stopped at any time. Travellers without a personal account or profile at Lufthansa can apply for the service by clicking on the 'automatic check-in' link on the booking confirmation. The service will only be active for this specific trip. For more information or assistance in booking your ticket please contact our Travel Consultants. They are happy to help you.
Source: Lufthansa Group
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