The new service will start functioning from Monday
From July 27, passengers will be able to fly around in Ukraine with digital documents added to the state application “Dia”. The new service will be available at the airports of the Ministry of Digital Transformation Reports Lavov, Kharkov, Kherson, Odessa, Zaporozhe and Kiev (Zuliani).
You can use Dia only during domestic flights. To do this, you need to use an electronic version of an ID-card or biometric passport.
how it works?
In the mobile application “Dia” with an added digital ID-passport or international passport, you will have to generate a QR code and give it to the security control point to read from the screen of your smartphone. The passenger is then allowed to fly.
Mitsifra’s press service noted that citizens’ personal data is not read in this way. Airport staff will only be able to verify the validity of the document.
Change of registration of residence of child
In addition, electronic registration of the residence of children under 14 years of age was started in “Diya”. Currently, the service is available in trial mode in Kiev, Kharkov, Rowanow, Lvov, Lutsk, Odessa, Krivoy Rog, Winnitsa, Zaporozhye and Mariupol. Later it will be available across the country, according to the Ministry of Digital Science.
To use the service, you have to pay the administration fee and fill out an application on the Dia portal, then change the registration of place of residence on the same or the next day (except weekends).
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Earlier we wrote that Ukrainians would be able to confirm RNUKPN (formerly Identification Code or TIN) using an ID card and a birth certificate.
In addition, RNUKPN (registration number of taxpayer registration card) will soon be displayed in electronic form, the Ministry of Digital Transformation reported.
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