SIA, Scoot expand flights under vaccinated travel lane scheme to include Melbourne, Sydney and Zurich

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SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) will function vaccinated travel lane (VTL) flights from Melbourne, Sydney and Zurich from Nov 8, after authorities introduced that the quarantine-free travel association will probably be prolonged to Australia and Switzerland.

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Two every day flights from Melbourne to Singapore, SQ218 and SQ228, will probably be designated as VTL companies, stated the provider on Tuesday (Oct 26).

It may even function twice-daily VTL flights from Sydney to Singapore – SQ212 and SQ222.

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SIA added that its every day service from Zurich to Singapore, SQ345, will function as a VTL flight.

Sister airline and finances operator Scoot will function every day VTL companies from Melbourne (TR19), in addition to 4 instances every week from Sydney (TR 13).

Flight schedules for the VTL flights operated by SIA will probably be printed on the airline’s web site.

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“These flights are open for booking but will be indicated as VTL flights on our website progressively,” stated SIA.

Under the vaccinated travel lane scheme, travellers should have remained in a number of of the VTL nations within the final 14 days earlier than departure to Singapore. 

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They should take two polymerase chain response (PCR) assessments – earlier than departure and on arrival at Changi Airport – and enter Singapore by way of designated flights.

For Australia, the travel association just isn’t reciprocal. Two-way travel is open solely to totally vaccinated Australian residents, everlasting residents and their speedy households due to its present border measures.

The vaccinated travel lane is presently not open to Singapore residents wanting to travel to Australia for leisure.

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