is the smarter digital health passport that allows real-time verification of COVID-related credentials, such as health questionnaires and diagnostic lab test results, right on your smartphone.
Denver International Airport (DEN)
has launched VeriFLY
, a new pilot program that allows health-conscious travelers to move safely through security and to their gate with more reliability and reduced contact.
American Airlines recently announced a partnership with VeriFLY, making Chile the first Latin American country to trial digital health pass. Beginning Dec. 7, customers traveling between Miami International Airport (MIA) and Santiago, Chile (SCL) will have the opportunity to test the new solution at no cost by creating a secure profile and confirming details for their trip. The app can be utilized on both ends of the travel journey for seamless verification. “It is incredibly valuable that airlines are innovating with new technology to adapt to the demands of a new way of doing tourism, helping encourage the reactivation of international travel, especially at a time when Chile is opening its borders,” said Andrea Wolleter, National Director of Chile’s National Tourism Service (SERNATUR). “Today we are promoting responsible and safe tourism through the adoption of protocols which now provide a better travel experience, helping simplify procedures while respecting health security measures.”