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    My most rare boarding pass is the seat number is "JMP" - jumpseat in a A330-300.

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    Default Collecting Boarding pass

    So happy to learn that it's it's not only me who is collecting boarding passes. I started collecting boarding passes since 1992. All my collections are from my own travel and I have almost 200 of them. Among the airlines I have include: Philippine Airlines, GrandAir, Cebu Pacific, Air Philippines, Air Niugini, Thai International, Northwest, Southwest, American Airlines, Bouraq Indonesia,
    USAirways, LanPeru, Aero Continente, Delta, Continental.

    I also collect ticket jackets issued by an airline only (not from the travel agents). These items are nice to collect too because of the quality of material that they use.

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    Ive got an old Delta Boarding pass that Bart Starr (qb-green bay) signed a while back, but other than that, I dont have any.
    He who expected nothin......aint gonna be deceived-JR

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    Yeah, I've just started collecting them.

    I stick them on my aircraft registration books

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTU183 View Post
    My hobby is to collect boarding passes. I have about 100
    in my collection.

    Is there anyone else who collect boarding passes ?

    Regards,
    LTU183
    That's really nice hobby @LTU183 I am really considering this idea ..

    Regards,
    Gustavo Woltmann

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    I don't collect boarding passes (if I did I would have hundreds though) but I do collect stamps in my passports, and then when they are expired I collect the old passports. The coolest stamps I have in my passport to date is Cocos Keeling (Island belonging to Australia) and Chagos. Both are pretty rare, since you need to go by boat to reach those destinations.

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