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Singapore Airlines has become the world’s first airline to use the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Travel Pass, a mobile application designed to show if
or tested negative for the coronavirus.
The pilot programme is being tested on passengers travelling from Singapore to London from March 15 to 28. This marks the second phase of the airline’s digital health verification process trials based on IATA’s Travel Pass framework.
If successful, the pilot programme will pave the way for the integration of the entire digital health verification process into the Singapore Air mobile app from around mid-2021 using IATA’s Travel Pass framework, the company said.