Philippines, the beautiful country of Asia is world renowned in providing the most exciting traveling experience. The world-class holiday destination with unforgettable activities, mouth watering exotic cuisines, impeccable services and exquisiteness that keeps you engrossed throughout your trip. The country with the most expensive establishments offers hospitality at the most reasonable cost and therefore it is an easy and most admired places to relax by the tourist worldwide.
Tourists are amazed to see the tranquility of the place with appealing attractions and unspoiled reefs. The country is also the home of lots of beautiful volcanoes and mountains where the adventurous persons satiate their zeal of hiking. However, if you are less energetic than exploring the world of unbelievable looking rice terraces which are beyond doubt the eighth wonder of the world.
The government of Philippines takes utmost care of the tourism sector, and that is why it keeps a close eye on the facilities provided to tourists during their stay. It is the reason that the natives strive so hard and try to deliver the utmost comfort and relaxation to their guests.
Now, to make the journey more simple and uncomplicated the government is planning to provide hassle-free boarding. The passengers who will fly through Philippine Airlines or commonly named as PAL will get entry into the NAIA 2 or Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 2 simply by showing their e-tickets which are saved on their electronic gadgets. This facility will be launched on 16th March 2016. As per stated by the Authority of Manila International or MIAA, this paperless procedure will be set to be conducted at Terminal 2. With the commencement of this service, the passengers do not have to show paper documents and can easily opt to show images of their e-tickets to airport security. These images are either saved on the smartphones, laptops or tablets of the passenger. The passenger had to show that particular matching image sent by the PAL to the device of the passenger at the time of ticket purchase.
According to the MIAA, PAL representatives will be provisionally posted at the Terminal 2 entrance so that they can assist the following passengers and security employees in applying this innovative scheme. This proposal by PAL is in the pipeline with the authorization of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). IATA has given permission to all its member airlines to evade all the paper documents and start a new and entirely paperless environment by 2016.
However, this new scheme is only applicable to tickets, other travelling documentation will still be needed as previously. These documents comprise printed itinerary receipts, paper tickets and printed e-boarding passes for even those passengers who choose the online check-in service. As affirmed by the MIAA, the passengers have to bring the essential travel documents like authenticated identification cards with a photograph, and passports for further security and check-in necessities.