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Ryanair launches Covid travel pass onto their boarding app

by The Travel Magazine

Ryanair has added a travel wallet onto their app. Customers can now upload their negative PCR tests, their Covid vaccination certs and other Covid documents that may be required for EU travel this summer.

The successful rollout of Covid vaccines will see the return of EU holiday travel in Summer 2021 and the Ryanair Covid Certificate Wallet will make EU air travel as seamless as possible for customers this Summer.

The Irish carrier says it is confident that the EU’s vaccine rollout programme will see the removal of current EU travel restrictions in time for the school holidays (June to Sept), and in the meantime, customers can make us of Ryanair’s C-19 Wallet, which will house all Covid travel documents in the one location making it easy to present at airports on the day of travel.

Since EU Governments won’t have a vaccine passport in place for this summer, Ryanair says it is mindful that there may be other Covid travel documents required by certain EU countries and Ryanair’s new C-19 Travel Wallet ensures passengers have all their Covid-19 travel documents saved and secure in one place to present at airports on their next getaway.

Ryanair’s Director of Marketing, Dara Brady says:

 “We are very pleased to launch this Ryanair C-19 Travel Wallet as we prepare for the return of family holidays in Summer ‘21. Many Ryanair customers will be taking their first holiday in over a year, adhering to new travel guidelines and this C-19 Travel Wallet allows customers to store all of their Covid documents such as PCR test results, passenger locator forms and vaccine certificates in the one location with zero fuss or paperwork to worry about.”

In a recent address to the parliamentary transport select committee, Ryanair’s boss Michael O’Leary said that the airline is not a great supporter of a vaccine passport. He said that getting an international agreement “will likely delay plans to resume travel this summer.”


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