You may think that your boarding pass is only important to hold on to for you to board the plane. BUT, you may not want to let that little piece of paper out of your sight even after you board your plane. Well, it's not really the boarding pass that's important, it's what's on the boarding pass--the boarding pass bar code.
The bar code on your boarding pass contains a lot of information about you. Not only does it include your future travel plans, connecting/upcoming flights, and confirmation code, when accessed, it can reveal your entire account with an airline... including your home address and phone number.
Solution: Rather than leaving your boarding pass in your seat back pocket, carry it with you and destroy it (shred, burn, cut up) when you return home. Better to be safe than sorry!
I'm Kirsten and I LOVE to travel and I LOVE fitness. But I know what it's like to let the excitement of travel throw my off of my health & fitness goals. I'm here to provide tips on how to stay healthy & fit when you travel!