Don’t worry if you show up for your domestic UK EasyJet flight without the mandatory photo ID the airline now requires; the helpful check-in clerks will direct you to the nearby train station where they’ll make you up a free photo-card to go with a rail-pass, should you ever decide to buy one. Ah, security.
“They suggested I go to the railway station within the terminal, buy a season ticket and with it get a photocard, which they’d then accept as ID,” Wilson said. “In fact, it was even easier and didn’t cost a penny. Southern Rail gave me a photocard and sent me upstairs to the public photo booth. I asked if I needed to come back to the ticket office with the photos; they said, no, I should just fill in the card myself then seal down the plastic covering.”
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