Malaysia Airlines is the latest carrier to integrate the IATA Travel Pass into its own mobile app.
The Malaysian national airline said the latest feature of its mobile app, Digital Travel Health Pass, would leverage IATA Travel Pass modules to help travelers navigate the tedious process of document verification.
After undergoing Covid-19 tests or vaccinations, app users will be able to create a digital passport and upload details for authentication. The Digital Travel Health Pass will allow travelers to determine their eligibility for overseas travel and generate an “OK to Travel” status.
Rivals including Singapore Airlines and Qatar Airways have also deployed the technology in recent weeks.
Izham Ismail, Managing Director of Malaysia Aviation Group, said:
“We are excited to make history with IATA and help reopen travel nationally and globally. As part of our promise to ensure that passengers can travel with confidence, the Digital Travel Health Pass will pave the way for us to take the next courageous step in the world in a post-pandemic time, instilling confidence in our passengers and by providing access to a find the way to prepare for their next trips.
Nick Careen, Senior VP Airport, Passenger, Cargo, Security, at IATA, commented:
“Partnering with Malaysia Airlines to integrate the IATA Travel Pass into the airline’s own app is a milestone for the IATA Travel Pass. It will demonstrate interoperability of applications, an important feature supporting its global adoption.
“Built with privacy, security and data convenience in mind, the IATA travel app is a solution governments and passengers can trust, whether stand-alone or integrated into the IATA travel app. ‘airline company. “