EasyJet has today announced the rollout of some new features for its mobile applications, with new features being rolled out to both its Android and its iOS smartphones and tablets.

One of the main new features is the new ability to allow passengers to scan their own passports using the built-in camera on their smartphone.

All of these new features and enhancements will be rolled out this week.

Alongside the announcement EasyJet also announced that their mobile application has been downloaded over 10 million times to date, releasing the following explanation from James Millett, easyJet’s Head of Digital.

“Our new mobile passport scanning function will save time for the millions of customers who use the app to input their travel documentation details. It’s another example of innovating to make travel as easy as it is affordable with easyJet.”

“We’ve developed the new function in partnership with credentials management service Jumio to ensure details can be scanned in easily, safely and securely. Combined with our mobile boarding passes customers can now check in on their mobiles up to 2 hours before flights in 110 of the airports easyJet fly to across Europe.“

You can find out more information about the new EasyJet iOS and Android application at the source link below.

Source: EasyJet

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