Houston allows check-in by cell phone It could be the future of checking-in—if successful, the program could spread nationwide. Budget Travel Tuesday, Dec 4, 2007, 12:37 PM Budget Travel LLC, 2016

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Houston allows check-in by cell phone

Today, Continental Airlines and the Transportation Safety Administration have begun to allow travelers to use their cell phones or PDAs (personal digital assistants) as boarding passes in tests at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport. Here's how it works. If successful, the program will spread nationwide. [via the Houston Chronicle]

EARLIER This Just In predicted that paperless checkin would soon hit America.

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