BELGRADE (Serbia), March 12 (SeeNews) – National airline Air Serbia will start testing the IATA Travel Pass to help passengers organize their trips in accordance with country regulations for COVID-19 testing or vaccination from in early April he mentioned.
Air Serbia will be one of the first airlines in Europe to be part of the global initiative of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which aims to reopen borders without quarantine, as well as to guarantee travel markets and the recovery of tourism and the aviation industry, the national airline said in a statement earlier this week.
“This innovative IATA solution is an extraordinary initiative, which will give passengers the confidence that they meet all the requirements necessary to enter different parts of the world. We owe great gratitude to the Institute of Virology, Vaccines and Serums “Torlak” in Belgrade. They will be directly connected to IATA and without their support and collaboration this pilot project would not be possible “, said Duncan Naysmith, CEO of Air Serbia.
The first stage of the test will take place on Air Serbia flights between Belgrade and Zurich, it will last several weeks, and passengers will be invited to participate.
IATA Travel Pass will allow passengers to store and manage COVID-19 test result data on their phones, as well as share their verified status with the airline, in a safe and secure manner, before arriving at the airport. airport. The IATA digital passport will also provide up-to-date information on health regulations regarding the coronavirus, helping passengers check whether they meet the latest requirements to enter the country of destination.