Send boarding passes through text messaging

Mobile ticket delivery with MMS messaging allows airline ticket agents to send mobile boarding passes directly to passengers’ phones.

Mobile Airline Ticket Delivery

How to send boarding passes through text messaging

Similar to text messaging, mobile ticket delivery enable with MMS messaging allows airline ticket agents to send pictures, audio or video to passengers’ mobile phones. Mobile boarding passes can be sent to passengers’ text messaging inbox and can also be added to customers’ mobile wallet for easy access.

Mobile boarding passes are more convenient than printable boarding passes

Mobile boarding passes are more convenient for passengers than printable boarding passes. Unlike physical boarding passes which require passengers to print their boarding pass, mobile boarding passes allow passengers access to their boarding pass through text messages or mobile wallet. Mobile boarding passes delivered with MMS messaging avoids additional steps and is delivered directly to a passengers’ mobile device.

How mobile boarding passes can benefit airline ticket agents

Mobile boarding passes are convenient for all passengers especially passengers who frequently travel. The convenience of mobile boarding passes for passengers sets a precedent for airlines and airline ticket agents to deliver information to passengers through mobile phones. Airlines and airline ticket agents will be able to notify passengers of flight delays, weather updates, or flight cancellations through passengers’ mobile devices.

Skycore’s Mobile Wallet

Skycore’s mobile wallet card designer allows ticket agents the ability to create digital cards for Apple Wallet. Multiple templates such as coupons, store passes, and even boarding passes are easy to create and personalize. Learn more about Skycore mobile wallet card designer here.

Skycore’s Mobile Ticket Delivery

Skycores mobile ticketing delivery technology sends mobile tickets using MMS technology. Airline ticket agents can send boarding passes with MMS messaging directly to passengers’ mobile phones. Learn more about Skycore’s mobile ticket delivery system here.

March 29th, 2018|