SINGAPORE: Passengers on Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be able to use a mobile app to verify their COVID-19 test results and vaccination status, as the national carrier becomes the first airline to test the International Air Transport Associations (IATA) Travel Pass. The trial will begin with passengers travelling from Singapore to London between Mar 15 and Mar 28, the airline said in a media release on Monday (Mar 8). IATA, a global body representing about 290 airlines, had earlier said it would formally launch its travel pass by the end of this month . It will be available to those using Apple iOS devices. They will be invited to download the app and create a digital ID with a photo and passport information, with the option of also including their flight information. They can then book a pre-departure COVID-19 test at any of seven participating clinics in Singapore via an online portal, and register at the clinic using the digital ID and flight information in the app. "They will be able to view their test results, as well as confirmation status to fly, directly on the app," said SIA, noting that IATA's Timatic registry – already used by airlines to… Read full this story
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