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1. IATA Travel Pass - Exclusive Video Interview with Vinoop Goel
The IATA Travel Pass will help to reduce the risk of fake COVID19 test / vaccine certificates being used to travel, and eventually lead to a contactless travel experience. But where does the IATA Travel Pass app begin and end? That's just one of the many questions Steven Howard of TravelNewsAsia.com asks Vinoop Goel, IATA's Regional Director Airports and External Relations - Asia P
2. Vietnam Airlines to Trial IATA Travel Pass
Vietnam Airlines has confirmed plans to trial the IATA Travel Pass mobile application. Starting in June, select passengers will be invited to download the IATA Travel Pass app to their mobile phones, create a digital ID comprising of their photo and passport information and fill in flight details to receive information on entry requirements at the destination. Published by TravelNe
3. Etihad Expands Use of IATA Travel Pass to 7 More Cities, Including Bangkok and Singapore
Etihad Airways has expanded its use of the IATA Travel Pass to flights between Abu Dhabi and seven destinations across its network. The IATA Travel Pass is now available for passengers on all Etihad flights between Abu Dhabi and Bangkok, Barcelona, Geneva, Madrid, Milan, New York and Singapore. The digital solution offers the convenience of a one-stop platform for managing COVID19
4. Singapore Airlines to Pilot IATA Travel Pass on Flights to London Heathrow
Singapore Airlines is set to become the worlds first airline to pilot the IATA Travel Pass for digital health verification, starting with passengers travelling from Singapore to London between 15 to 28 March 2021. The pilot marks the second phase of SIAs digital health verification process trials, which is based on the IATA Travel Pass framework. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com o
5. Air Astana to Trial IATA Travel Pass on Nur-Sultan - Istanbul Flights
Air Astana will begin a trial of the IATA Travel Pass mobile application on flights between Nur-Sultan and Istanbul from 2 - 16 September 2021. The IATA Travel Pass mobile application enables passengers to safely store COVID19 PCR test results from certified clinics on their mobile device so that they can easily be verified by the airline, border staff and other official parties. P
6. China Airlines to Begin IATA Travel Pass Trial on 30 August
China Airlines has confirmed that it will begin trialing the IATA Travel Pass (ITP) platform on 30 August 2021. The IATA Travel Pass will initially be trialed on flights returning to Taiwan from the following eight destinations: Frankfurt, London, Los Angeles, New York, Ontario, San Francisco, Singapore and Vancouver. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 19 August 2021.
7. Saudi Arabian Airlines to Commence IATA Travel Pass Trial on KUL - JED Flights
Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) has confirmed that its trial of the IATA Travel Pass will commence on the Kuala Lumpur Jeddah route on 19 April 2021. The IATA Travel Pass is a mobile app that will enable passengers to create digital passports where test and vaccine data can be securely loaded and shared, to ensure that governmental health requirements are fulfilled both at the de
8. Emirates Expected to Implement IATA Travel Pass Phase 1 in April
Emirates is set to become one of the first airlines in the world to trial the IATA Travel Pass mobile app. The IATA Travel Pass will enable Emirates passengers to create a digital passport to verify their pre-travel COVID19 test or vaccination meets the requirements of the destination. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 19 January 2021.

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