The Health Passport issued by the Tawakkalna application for those who have completed the process of coronavirus vaccine will be linked to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) application as part of easing travel procedures for international passengers.

General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) and the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority (SDAIA) have signed an operational protocol agreement in this regard on Wednesday. According to this memorandum of cooperation, the health passport in the Tawakkalna application will be linked with the IATA application.

In addition to collaboration on linking Tavkalna and IATA in this deal, the Health Passport platform as an initiative to digitize health certificates from credible sources and accredited laboratories in collaboration with airlines to facilitate travel procedures as per best international practices aspects are included. Application.

The purpose of the SDAIA and GACA agreement is to establish a common framework for areas of cooperation between the two parties, and to contribute to the facilitation of travel procedures and the qualifications of passengers on health grounds in accordance with best international practices for civil aviation law. Confirmation is included. Rights of passengers and stakeholders.

The Authority also endeavors to help improve the customer experience at airports or use logistics services that include linking to other modes of transport, facilitating procedures for boarding and disembarking aircraft and providing an integrated and flexible approach to the customer which includes travel cover.

Saudi Arabia is one of the first countries that has succeeded in linking a government forum with an international one.

GACA aims to support the Tawakkalna system and enhance its collaboration with IATA to access integrated digital solutions that reflect the Kingdom's position in the field of digital transformation.

It encourages the restoration of air traffic and travel to and from the state, in addition to the role of this initiative in the rapid normalization of air transport in the state and the world.


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