Aviation aims for the sky with IATA Travel Pass

Set to soar: The IATA Travel Pass, which will be unveiled, seeks to revive the badly battered civil aviation sector.

PETALING JAYA: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) will unveil the specifics of the IATA Travel Pass as it seeks to revive the badly battered civil aviation sector.

“For governments to reopen international borders and restart aviation, they need to be confident that they are mitigating the risk of importing Covid-19 and have confidence in a passenger’s verified Covid-19 status, be it testing or vaccination, ” said IATA as a prelude to its global press briefing that takes place at noon today.

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