A few commenters remained firm on the stance they would not be partaking in the new scheme.
“No jab no flight it’s very simple! Stick to Blackpool,” said one holidaymaker.
A second added: “My body, my choice, try this one and I will sue them.”
However, plenty of people seem in support of the vaccine passport scheme – at least when it comes to overseas travel.
“In the good old days of foreign travel, we all used to go to British Airways in Regent Street, London,” wrote one reader.
“We paid for and received the jabs required for the chosen destination – Typhoid, Tetanus, Gamma Globulin etc. etc.
“After we received these jabs, we were given a little book, stamped, signed and dated that we took with us wherever we travelled.
“Perhaps it’s the term ‘vaccine passport’ that’s freaking out all these oversensitive objectors. So why not refer to it as ‘A Personal Vaccination Log’ ?”