(15 Feb 2021)
British Airways has expanded its trial of the VeriFLY
digital health app to cover all International flights operating
into the UK.
British Airways started trials with VeriFLY,
originally on flights between London and the US, earlier this
The expansion, which came in to effect today, is
designed to help those eligible to travel to navigate the ever changing
entry requirements and ensure they are ready to fly and have the appropriate documentation
in place, before departing for the airport.
Doyle, British Airways’ CEO said, “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
Use of the VeriFLY app is optional and customers
should continue to be able to show proof that they meet a country’s
entry requirements at check-in.
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