Does anyone think that printing out your boarding pass the night before a flight is a waste of time, if you are checking luggage onto the plane? I mean you still have to put your credit card into the kiosk and go through all that and then hand your bags over to the clerk. So would it stand to reason that the only time that printing out your boarding pass the night before would be beneficial would be if you’re NOT checking bags and only have a carry on?
printing out boarding passes before flight
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