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Jet2, Ryanair and easyJet issue warning for Turkey holidays

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Ryanair, easyJet and Jet2 have warned British passengers they won’t be able to use a mobile boarding pass for flights from Turkey.

Turkish airports aren’t set up to process the mobile boarding passes so British tourists will need a printed boarding pass.

Tourists will need to go to their airlines’ check-in desk even if they aren’t checking in any luggage for their flight.

A Ryanair spokesperson said: “We accept mobile boarding passes from the majority of airports on our network.

“However unfortunately some airports cannot accept mobile boarding passes yet, these airports are Turkey and Morocco.”

easyJet said that due to “local regulations” at Antalya Airport, mobile boarding passes were not available.

A spokesperson for the budget airline said: “You will need to print your boarding pass and go to Bag Drop for a document check, even if you don’t have bags to drop off.”

Jet2 said: “We can’t offer online check-in for flights departing from Turkey. You can still complete the process and get your pre-allocated seats, but you’ll need to visit our airport check-in decks to collect your boarding pass before you go to security.”

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