The IATA Travel pass lets travelers efficiently manage their Covid-19 documentation.
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Etihad Airways has expanded the IATA Travel Pass on flights between Abu Dhabi and seven destinations across its network.
The IATA Travel pass lets travelers efficiently manage their Covid-19 documentation and generate an “OK to Travel” status which airlines can trust.
IATA Travel Pass is now available for guests on all Etihad flights between Abu Dhabi and Bangkok, Barcelona, Geneva, Madrid, Milan, New York and Singapore.
Etihad Airways was one of the first airlines globally to begin testing the IATA Travel Pass in April 2021 in support of a global, standardised solution for travellers to validate their documents and navigate Covid-19 travel requirements.
To access the IATA Travel Pass, users need to download the IATA Travel Pass app for Android or iOS, where they can add their Etihad Airways travel itinerary, view their travel requirements and securely share their PCR test results.
The IATA Travel Pass app also includes functionality to upload vaccination certificates, opening up opportunities for travel where vaccination is a requirement.
Currently the app is able to accept EU Digital Covid Certificates issued by all 27 member states of the European Union plus Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, and Lichtenstein as well as vaccine certificates from Singapore and Qatar.
As vaccines continue to roll out globally, more and more travelers around the world will be able to upload their government issued Covid-19 vaccine certificates to facilitate seamless travel. ICA/Expat Media
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