Saudi links boarding passes with health app for all domestic passengers
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Saudi links boarding passes with health app for all domestic passengers

Saudi links boarding passes with health app for all domestic passengers

The application will show the passenger’s status as being immune/immune by first dose/immune by recovery/no record of infection

Saudi Arabia Airport

All domestic airline passengers in Saudi Arabia will now have their boarding passes directly linked to their health status in the Tawakkalna application, the kingdom’s General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) has confirmed.

GACA has completed linking boarding passes for domestic flights for all national airlines with the Tawakkalna application, it said.

Boarding passes will now be issued electronically to passengers whose status in the application will show as immune/immune by first dose/immune by recovery/no record of infection, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

The initiative includes support from various government agencies, including the Presidency of State Security, Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority (SDAIA) and Ministry of Health, as well as the national airlines.

The move aims to improve passengers’ experience and ensure a healthy and safe travel journey at airports and within planes, the report stated.

It also seeks to raise the efficiency of economic and operational movement.

Saudi launched the Tawakkalna app last year to help track Covid-19 infections in the kingdom. It also provides vaccination information and infection status reports.

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