Singapore Airlines is expanding its quarantine-free ‘Vaccinated Travel Lane’ network to 14 cities across 11 countries from 19th November.
Fully vaccinated travellers can enjoy quarantine-free travel between Singapore and the following countries:
- Brunei (Bandar Seri Begawan) – from 15th September
- Denmark (Copenhagen) – from 21st October
- France (Paris) – from 20th October
- Germany (Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich) – from 19th October
- Italy (Rome, Milan) – from 21st October
- Netherlands (Amsterdam) – from 19th October
- Spain (Barcelona) – from 21st October
- South Korea (Seoul) – from 16th November
- UK (London) – from 19th November
- USA (Los Angeles, New York) – from 19th October
The full VTL flight schedule can be found here.
The new initiative works as follows as described by Singapore Airlines:
“Travel from Singapore to these countries can be on any Singapore Airlines flight, while travel from these countries to Singapore must be on designated Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights. Travelling to multiple VTL countries within the same trip is allowed. Travellers will be required to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination and take two Covid-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests when flying into Singapore.”
All customers must ensure that they are eligible for Singapore’s VTL arrangements before booking and boarding their flights.
Executive Vice President Commercial of Singapore Airlines, Mr Lee Lik Hsin commented:
“The SIA Group supports all measures to reopen Singapore to quarantine-free international travel. This will enable the safe and gradual recovery of Changi Airport as a major air hub, backed by rising vaccination rates and confidence in the robust health and safety measures across the end-to-end customer journey.”