What is TT Travel pass and who need it to travel? New Pandemic Air travel rules are updating day by day. We are trying to keep you updated on this blog.
International Travel was taken to a new level during the last pandemic time. Many countries introduced new rules & regulations to ensure the safety of passengers as well as their country. Vaccination and PCR test have been mandated in most terms of travel.
Under these circumstances, WTO planned to introduce a Covid Passport. And we brought you the full story in advance. Click here to read. Dubai and the entire UAE prepared for digital air passenger management system and we brought you the story as well. Click here to read.
So, today we bring you the TT Travel-Pass travel requirements if you hope to travel to the Caribbean region. TT-pass has been introduced by Trinidad & Tobago. Trinidad & Tobago is a Caribbean Island nation and many travellers who travel to tiny Island nations in the Caribbean may transit through Trinidad & Tobago as they are the hub for the region’s leading carrier “Caribbean Airlines”. In addition, many travellers may directly travel to Trinidad for their experience.
With this pass, travellers can declare their health and safety conditions in advance. It is making things easy to the authority as well as travellers.
You can upload your vaccination data, PCR data and your personal information. In the airport, your arrival or transit would be seamless as you have this pass and the authority knows that you have met their health and safety regulations.
In the covid time, many countries struggle with their incoming passengers. The majority of those passengers were locals. So, this TT Travel pass has enabled all international arriving passengers, locals and transits. So, you are a Trinidad citizen, you can enjoy the same shared experience with international incoming travellers.
If you wish to learn more about this pass, you can visit this website.
If you wish to apply for a TT Travel pass, you can visit this website.
This travel pass doesn’t exclude other travel requirements like visas so on. So, please contact the local Trinidad embassy or their foreign affairs ministry for more details.