Caribbean Airlines has launched a new program to facilitate testing for customers, the company said.
The Trinidad-based carrier has partnered with Ink Aviation on an integrated platform that reserves and handles payment for test appointments.
“This is a major step for Caribbean Airlines to support countries to safely reopen their borders while preventing the importation of COVID-19 cases,” said Steve Azevedo, chief operations officer at Caribbean Airlines. “The platform is compatible with all digital and paper COVID-19 test certificates including results from RT-PCR, LAMP and Antigen tests.”
Caribbean Airlines has relaunched much of its regional network, with the exception of flights to Trinidad and Tobago, which remains closed for tourism.
“The innovative solution allows passengers to verify their health credentials using several identification options. And it works seamlessly with any departure control system (DCS), immigration systems and all self-sovereign digital health passports. In addition, an inbuilt declaration form digitizes and unifies the travel details submitted by the passenger with advanced passenger information,” Azevedo said.
For more, visit the Caribbean Airlines health interface.