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The result is which of the five groups - First Class, Group A, Group B, Group C or Group D - you are in. You just get close to the goal with the remainder of your group when your group is advertised. From 18 July 2018, you will see some changes in the Bordkarte layout - such as bigger font sizes and optimized information.
You can really use your flight card as a guideline for your trip. Your first priority is to know where you need to be (your goal) and when you need to be there (your boardsing time). Visitors were able to use their on-board cards to quickly and simply obtain the information they needed in test runs.
Your group cover can be found on your Boarding Card. When you have more than one segment, you will see each on a different line and an associated group character for each. When you are a MVP that travels with other persons with the same booking, you will all see the same on-board group that is noted on your on-board card.
With the new snowboarding procedure, notifications at the gates for snowboarding will be simplified and tightened. You can also see group entry notifications on the screens at your gates - so you can look at the monitor to see if you need to go aboard. This means you don't have to guesswork whether you forgot a snowboarding notice or heard it wrong - just review your boarding card and review the ad.
However, what about those who need help or additional embarkation times, parents with kids under the age of two and members of the armed forces? Preboarding for these groups will be advertised and they will be able to step on the plane as normal before group snowboarding begins. Here is a break-down of the Boarding Temeline with the new process:
Representatives at your gates will make preliminary notices informing you that boardsing will begin soon. At the beginning of the introduction (approx. 5 minutes intervals):