An actual enhancement?

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  1. tomh009
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    tomh009 Gold Member

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    It seems that AC IT team might have made an actual enhancement! :eek:

    Checking in for my NRT-YYZ flight for tomorrow, the check-in pages automatically included my passport information (number and expiration date), presumably based on my AP number.

    Or was this just a fluke? Has anyone else seen this?
     
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    Might be though I wonder if it's not saved as form data in your browser which is completing it for you?
     
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    I've had my Nexus info pre-populated the last few times I've checked in, but I suspect it is ore an enhancement to my Chrome browser than something Air Canada has done. As I recall, it was missing when I used a hotel computer.
     
  4. tomh009
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    Pretty sure it's not form data -- passport expiration date is a set of drop-down lists, and the browser won't pre-populate those. This is on Firefox, rather than the Chrome that slalom is using.
     

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