American Airlines is expanding its acceptance of the VeriFLY digital health passport to all American Airlines airports for travel to eight countries. Customers can use the app to ensure they meet the travel restrictions and mandates in effect for entry into various countries and display the VeriFLY acceptance app on departure to be cleared for flight.
American Airlines expands VeriFLY acceptance
The Dallas/Fort Worth-based carrier has officially expanded VeriFLY digital health passportacceptance to all airports across its airports. Customers who are traveling from a domestic US destination on American Airlines to eight countries can use the VeriFLY app, which is free to download.
The VeriFLY app requires customers to input where they are flying to and upload their required travel documentation based on their travel destination. The most common requirement for international travel currently is a negative test result. Previously, American Airlines only accepted VeriFLY out of Miami. Now, customers can use VeriFLY for document verification when traveling on the following American Airlines-operated routes:
- International flights to the US (like when departing from Belize)
- Direct and connecting flights from American’s domestic airports to:
The VeriFLY app is easy to use and is available in the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store. Once downloaded, passengers must create an account and provide the required documentation.