(TNS) — ravel technology companies are developing health passport apps to allow travelers to verify test results or vaccinations for international flights.
A hodge-podge of tech firms, industry associations and airlines around the world have been developing and trialing different digital passport options to ease the process of complying with COVID-19 health requirements for travel.
SITA, a travel technology firm with its
SITA says its Health Protect technology has potential to “bridge the gap between airlines resuming normal operations and governments’ strong focus on keeping control of COVID-19,” according to a written statement from
Airline and travel industry officials have raised concerns about a potential federal testing requirement for
There’s an array of international travel requirements that vary by country and change frequently as governments respond to the fluctuations in coronavirus cases and variants.
It can also help passengers to find information on international travel requirements, test centers and labs while traveling, and allows authorized labs and test centers to send test results or vaccination certificates. IATA is partnering with
The SITA software is designed to integrate with different travel pass systems developed by other organizations and companies, including CommonPass and the
CommonPass, whose network includes United,
According to CommonPass CEO
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