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Three holiday spots that could result in £55 fines before you even get to flight

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JETSETTERS have been warned about three holiday destinations that could land you with a £55 fine at the airport – even before you have boarded.

Passengers flying with Ryanair have been told to print their boarding passes when travelling to three popular holiday destinations overseas.

Anyone heading off to Turkey or Morocco will need to have a hard copy of their boarding pass

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Anyone heading off to Turkey or Morocco will need to have a hard copy of their boarding passCredit: Getty

While most countries allow travellers to scan their tickets on their mobile phones, there are some exceptions at certain airports.

Some countries do not allow digital boarding passes to be used and holidaymakers will have to print out a paper copy before they travel.

UK airports accept digital passes, so passengers won’t need to print their tickets for the outgoing flight, however they may be required to have a hard copy for the return journey.

Ryanair has posted a reminder to its customers on its website.

It says: “We accept mobile boarding passes on flights from the majority of airports on our network.

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

So anyone jetting out to the likes of Bodrum, Dalaman and Marrakech need to print out a copy of their boarding pass before making the journey to the airport.

Anyone who has bought a seat on a Ryanair flight can invariably check in up to 60 days before departure, so most people will be able to check in for their return flight and print their passes at home before jetting off to the sun.

Tirana Airport in Albania is also unable to accept mobile passes, the budget airline warned.

It added: “Customers travelling from these airports must check in online and print out a paper boarding pass for their flight.”

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Ryanair passengers can get access to their boarding passes via the ‘My Bookings’ section of the Ryanair app.

Anyone who misplaces their boarding pass and needs to have a new one reissued for any reason can be charged €20.

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If you misplace your boarding pass you could be charged €20 for a replacement

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If you misplace your boarding pass you could be charged €20 for a replacementCredit: Getty
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