Singapore Airlines will resume flights with a vaccinated travel pass from November 29
Singapore Airlines Group (SIA) announced on Tuesday that it will restart passenger services from Mumbai to Singapore and the Indian network from November 29, resuming operations for the first time since the COVID lockdown in March 2020.
Singapore Airlines plans to launch daily Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) services from Mumbai Chennai, Delhi from November last week, subject to regulatory approvals, offering eligible passengers quarantine-free entry into Singapore. SIA said it will also gradually operate non-VTL services from Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Kochi. Passengers on these flights must meet Singapore entry requirements and will face applicable health screening measures, including a seven-day quarantine in Singapore. Scoot, SIA’s low-cost subsidiary, will operate non-VTL services from Amritsar, Hyderabad and Tiruchirappalli. The group also announced reduced rates to mark the resumption of services.
Passengers who are not Singapore Citizens or Permanent Residents wishing to travel on VTL services must apply for a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) prior to their visa application. VTP applications must be made between seven and 60 calendar days before the intended date of entry into Singapore. Customers should also ensure they are eligible to travel under the VTL arrangements prior to their flight.
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Posted: Tuesday, November 23, 2021, 11:04 p.m. IST