Dublin Airport passengers can now use app for faster travel when flying with Aer Lingus

By Thomas Telford

Aer Lingus has partnered with the travel pass app VeriFly to make travelling during Covid-19 that little bit easier for passengers.

VeriFly allows passengers to upload all their necessary travel documents to have them checked and verified before flying.

The app is available to download from both the App Store and Google Play.

But how does the VeriFly app work?

First, download the app from your chosen app store. Create a secure account and add the flight details to see the necessary travel requirements.

Upload your travel documents and then VeriFly will check and approve the documents before you fly.

Once approved, you'll get a green tick so you can check-in online. This can then be presented to airport staff for an easier journey.

Certain airports have dedicated VeriFly lanes so you'll be able to move through the necessary steps far quicker by using the app.

Travellers are recommended to use the app no later than four hours before their scheduled flight time. This will allow enough time for your travel documents to be checked and verified.

VeriFly can be used on a number of different routes including:

  • Flights within Europe: To/from Ireland and Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland.
  • UK to Ireland flights: From Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Manchester to Ireland. (VeriFLY is not available on flights from Ireland to the UK.)
  • Transatlantic flights: To/from Ireland and the USA | To/from the UK and the USA | To/from the UK and Barbados.


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