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virgin boarding passes

when you check in on- line with virgin can you print off your boarding passes there and then or are they sent to your e- mail

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1. Re: virgin boarding passes

You can opt to print them there and then or collect them at the airport.

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2. Re: virgin boarding passes

We just get ours at the airport because every time we printed them off at home, they tore them up at check-in and gave us new ones anyway!

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We always print ours off , especially for the outward leg, as it forms part of our "Holiday build up ritual". However, on the outward leg, we have always been issued new passes at bag drop. Returning home from mco, we have kept our original paper print outs, except last year, when we asked to change seats at the check-in desk.

Edited: 3:58 am, January 24, 2013
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4. Re: virgin boarding passes

Does it save any time checking in online ?

Because you would still have to go to bag drop etc

We have used twilight check in before but not sure what would be easier ?

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5. Re: virgin boarding passes

We do it because you have a better chance of securing the seats we have "reserved"

Also I do find it quicker just to do bag drop though as more people are checking in on line these days that's debatable

I like to do on line check on it makes me feel my holiday has begun - sad I know

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6. Re: virgin boarding passes

Yes, IMHO it is worth it to do online check in as you do stand a slightly better chance of getting the seats you have "reserved" but even doing this, ours have still been changed at the airport!

We do online check in and twilight check in when we fly from Gatwick. We usually get there about 8.00 pm and there is never anyone else waiting! That does save time the next day as all you have to do is go through security.

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7. Re: virgin boarding passes

Thanks for the replys

Can you do bag drop at twilight check in ?

Kelso, United...
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8. Re: virgin boarding passes

I wish they did twilight at Manchester

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9. Re: virgin boarding passes

I agree with susieHawick. Does anyone know if Virgin has any plans for a twilight check in at Manchester? It would be so much better than queuing up on the morning of the flight.

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10. Re: virgin boarding passes

Cardi maybe we should write to Sir Richard lol