Russia’s Ministry of Transport enacted a decree Sept. 5 allowing local carriers to use electronic boarding passes. The carriers now can send a barcode to a passenger, which can either be printed out or used with electronic devices such as a smartphone or tablet. Previously, passengers had to display paper boarding passes on classic standard paper printed at home or at the check-in desk to get on an aircraft. If airports do not have barcode facilities, passengers will still have to ...

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