Delta Unveils Online Service to Help with Travel Restrictions, Manage Health Data

By Kurt Stolz on 10 February 2021
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Delta Air Lines announced plans for a new digital travel concierge service that will help travelers understand current coronavirus pandemic-induced travel restrictions and manage health data.

The new version will continue to simply coronavirus test requirements at various destinations for travelers, the airline said.  It will work based on the destination booked, and provide available coronavirus test schedule alternatives and automatically store test results.

The service will assist passengers with information needed at the time of booking, when scheduling coronavirus tests, and with document verification.

Delta plans to pilot in partnership with Clear’s new Health Pass, which tracks a passenger’s health status including test results and vaccination credentials, on one flight per day from Los Angeles International Airport to Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu.

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