Gatwick Express introduce ticket barcode scanners
Tickets can be scanned at London Victoria and Gatwick Airport gates
Published 15 May 2012 in News
Gatwick Express, the non-stop rail-air link between central London and Gatwick Airport, has introduced new barcode ticket scanners on the gates at London Victoria and Gatwick Airport stations for people who print their e-tickets or have their tickets sent to their UK mobile when booking online.
The new scanners allow customers to scan their printed ticket at the gates, so they can walk straight on or off the platform to the train without having to queue. This installation is the latest phase of the process which is enhancing the web to train experience for Gatwick Express customers.
David Metherell, Marketing Manager for Gatwick Express, said: "The new barcode scanners ensure that customers, who book in advance and select the 'print at home' option or send their tickets to their UK mobile, can move easily from their start point to their destination. With our excellent online discounts, this means that web booking is both cheaper and more convenient."
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