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Indigo Boarding Pass Print Out

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by ReetaShar, Sep 27, 2023.

  1. ReetaShar

    ReetaShar New Member

    I am trying to get a printout of my father's Indigo boarding pass, but I can't seem to see the option for a printout. IM not sure if I am doing something wrong or whether that option is not there anymore.

  2. Deven

    Deven Member

    If you're having trouble finding the option to print your father's IndiGo boarding pass, here are the general steps to access and print a boarding pass for an IndiGo flight:

    1. Online Check-in:
      • Visit the IndiGo Airlines website (www.goindigo.in) or use their official mobile app.
      • Log in to the account through which the booking was made. If you don't have an account, you can often check in using the booking reference number and the passenger's last name.
      • Locate and select the "Manage Booking" or "Check-in" option.
    2. Retrieve the Booking:
      • Enter the necessary details to retrieve your father's booking. This typically includes the booking reference (PNR) and the passenger's last name.
    3. Check-in and Download Boarding Pass:
      • Once you've retrieved the booking, you should see an option to check-in for the flight.
      • Follow the prompts to complete the check-in process. You may need to confirm flight details, select seats, and provide any required passenger information.
      • After completing the check-in, the system should generate the boarding pass, which you can usually download and save as a PDF file.
    4. Printing the Boarding Pass:
      • Once you have downloaded the boarding pass as a PDF, you can open the file.
      • Use the "Print" option from your PDF viewer to print a physical copy of the boarding pass.
    5. Mobile Boarding Pass:
      • Alternatively, if your father prefers not to print the boarding pass, you can often use a mobile boarding pass on your smartphone. During online check-in, you'll typically have the option to receive the boarding pass via email or text message.
    If you're still unable to find the print option or encounter any difficulties, I recommend contacting IndiGo's customer support or visiting the airline's airport counter for assistance. They should be able to guide you through the process or provide any necessary support.