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Etihad Airways starts IATA trial on flights to North America

Posted 20 April 2021 · Add Comment

Passengers travelling with Etihad Airways from now until 31 May from Abu Dhabi to Chicago, New York, Washington and Toronto, will be the first to trial the IATA Travel Pass app to easily manage their travel health credentials.

Etihad Airways starts IATA trial on flights to North America.  Image: Etihad Airways

Mohammad Al Bulooki, chief operating officer, Etihad Aviation Group, said: “With the dynamically changing health requirements for travel, Etihad believes that a digital health passport solution will provide additional clarity and ease for travellers. Etihad has partnered with IATA so that together, a globally unified approach to a travel pass can be simplified to make travel easier once governments decide what regulations are required to cross borders in either direction.”

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