British Airways becomes the first UK airline to trial the use of mobile travel health passport, VeriFLY

Feb 25, 2021 | Information Portal, Members news, News

British Airways becomes the first UK airline to trial the use of mobile travel health passport, VeriFLY. The trial is open to all customers travelling on flights to the US and from 15 February, additionally on all inbound flights to the UK.

The company is working with its OneWorld and Atlantic Joint Business partner American Airlines on the trial, making them the first transatlantic partners to offer a digital solutions for eligible customers flying to the UK.

VeriFLY, will certify test certificates and required travel documentation on a personal mobile device, before leaving home and offer a fast track opportunity at the airport.

“We know that digital health apps and wallets will likely become commonplace when travel opens up again. We are exploring every available solution to support eligible customers and the UK government both during this period of limited travel and in preparation for a time when restrictions are eased, when we hope many more people will be able to resume flying again.”

Sean Doyle

British Airways’ CEO

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