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  • How to Use an Airline E-Ticket. An e-ticket provides information from your airline's computer

  • database, including your name, the date and time of your flight, and your seating assignment.

  • Get to your next destination with an airline e-ticket. You will need: a computer with an Internet access, a Travel

  • agent, a debit or credit card, an E-mail address, photo identification and a printer. Optional: a record locator

  • Step 1. Research online for the best airfare and accommodations for your upcoming flight.

  • Step 2. Contact your preferred airline directly or use a travel agent;

  • or buy your ticket online with a debit or credit card. You will need your name, address, phone number,

  • e-mail address, destination, travel dates, and credit card information. Step 3. Check

  • your e-mail for your confirmation and print the documents detailing your trip. Step 4.

  • Log on to your airline's website and look for an online check-in tab. Enter your last name

  • and record locator, which will allow you to pick your seat on the plane,

  • check bags, and print your boarding pass. Step 5. If you don't check in online, check in with

  • your airline at the counter or self-serve kiosk to claim your ticket and boarding pass.

  • Have your government-issued photo identification and the credit card you used to purchase the

  • ticket ready. Did you know According to the International Air Transport Association, the

  • switch to total e-ticketing will save approximately 50,000 mature trees each year.

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