With the aim of resuming air travel with
greater safety and peace of mind on international flights,
JAL will launch a trial with
"VeriFLY" as a part of preparation for the adoption of digital health credential apps.
With the aim of resuming air travel with greater safety and peace of mind on international flights, JAL will launch a trial with "VeriFLY" as a part of preparation for the adoption of digital health credential apps.
The "VeriFLY" mobile app will be introduced on a trial basis for a limited period of time on selected routes. This service allows passengers to check conditions such as health certificate requirements when entering their destination country.*1
Customers traveling on eligible routes during the applicable period can download the VeriFLY app and follow the instructions to check entry requirements in advance.
Check-in procedures at the airport will become much smoother as you will be able to use the VeriFLY app to show that you are qualified to travel. Please take this opportunity to try this new system.*2
JAL-operated flights from Japan to the United States (excluding Hawaii and Guam). Codeshare flights operated by other airlines are not applicable. *
Customers with the following connecting flights ARE eligible:
Flights with departure dates from April 26 to August 24, 2021 (Based on current plans) *
All passengers aged 16 years and over (all nationalities) *
All fares, including tickets issued by travel agencies, package tours, and frequent-flier award tickets.
The app is available for devices with iOS version 11.0+ or Android version 6.0+
Download app to device.
Follow the app instructions to register your name and email address.
Re-open the app from the verification email, and complete account creation by taking a selfie in the app.
Choose your destination from the list shown in "Search" menu.
Proceed to register your flight details from "Add Trip".
Register information regarding entry requirements (1. COVID-19 negative test certificate, 2. Attestation, 3. Pre-travel checklist).
Please show this "Ready to Travel" screen to the airport staff on the day of departure.
For the latest travel conditions, please check the website of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Overseas Safety, or information on embassy, consulate, and health organization websites for your destination.
The purpose of the trial is to ensure smooth procedures on departure. Customers will still need to follow regular entry procedures on arrival. COVID-19 negative test certificates may be requested by U.S. Government or state/local authorities upon arrival in the United States, and customers should have the original paper document available to show at any time.
July 20, 2021