fbpx

jetBlue CommonPass

CommonPass is a digital health app that enables travelers to present standardized, verifiable proof that they have tested negative for COVID-19.

Flying with JetBlue? Use the free CommonPass app on your trip to Aruba. CommonPass makes it easy to meet Aruba’s entry requirements and gets you through the Aruba airport quicker.

START YOUR VACATION SOONER

  1. Download the CommonPass app.
  2. Test using either Vault (at home) or XpresCheck (at the airport).
  3. Upload your test results to the CommonPass app.
  4. Use your CommonPass ID when filling out your online ED Card for entry to Aruba.
  5. Upon arrival in Aruba with JetBlue, you’ll have access to dedicated fast-lanes.
    Start your vacation sooner!


> GET STARTED

JetBlue and The Commons Project Foundation, in partnership with the government of Aruba and COVID testing companies Vault and XpresCheck have launched the use of the CommonPass platform, allowing JetBlue customers traveling to Aruba to enter the island using the CommonPass digital health pass. The platform enables safer travel and easy entry as travelers can simply scan their passports to verify that they meet entry requirements into Aruba.

Aruba requires that arriving passengers test negative for COVID-19 either within 72 hours of or upon arrival. Customers who utilize JetBlue’s testing partners, Vault for supervised at-home PCR tests or XpresCheck for in-person testing, are now able to streamline the arrival process in Aruba by downloading the CommonPass app in advance of their flight. Upon arrival, CommonPass users will have access to dedicated CommonPass immigration lanes to start their vacation sooner.
More testing facilities are expected to be added to the CommonPass platform in the coming weeks and months.
This is valid for all JetBlue flights to Aruba, including flight from Boston Logan (BOS), Newark Liberty (EWR), John F. Kennedy (JFK) and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood (FLL) international airport.

> READ THE COMMONPASS FAQ

For any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us directly at support@aruba.com.

Aruba Tourist Channel
%d bloggers like this: