Brussels Airlines wants to make traveling by air easy and accessible again by helping its guests to bring the right documents. That is why the airline launches two specific initiatives to inform its guests even better and offers the possibility to verify travel documents at home instead of the airport.
Document check at home
As of 18 August, Brussels Airlines will allow its guests traveling to France, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece to have their necessary health documents checked remotely. With this new service, the airline wants to make traveling easier and more accessible and limit the queues at the airport check-in counters. Guests eligible for the document check at home will receive an invitation to upload their documents through notification emails sent 6, 3 and 1 days before departure.
Interactive travel map
In cooperation with Sherpa, Brussels Airlines has launched an interactive map through which travelers can find all relevant information and an overview of the documents they need to carry along while traveling. The goal of the interactive map is to give customers a clear overview of the travel possibilities in Europe and outside and serve as a source of inspiration to rediscover the freedom to travel. With a simple tick box, passengers can indicate that they are vaccinated and see the restrictions per country.