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Rediscover Singapore with Quarantine-Free Travel from Denmark

Singapore is open to vaccinated travellers

Fares from Copenhagen to Singapore

Terms and Conditions

These fares are valid from the 15th of November until the 28th of November. 

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Enjoy Quarantine-Free Travel to Singapore under the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) arrangement

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Fly under the  Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) and travel from Denmark to Singapore without quarantine restrictions and enjoy the wonders of Singapore as long as all the VTL requirements are met.
Explore the myriad sights and sounds of the popular city-state straight after touch-down! 

By boarding the exclusive VTL flights from Copenhagen to Singapore, be sure to fly comfortably with only vaccinated travellers on board.  

Eligibility Criteria


Please ensure to adhere to the VTL terms and conditions when travelling to Singapore under the VTL programme. Further details on VTL requirements are available on the link below.  

The VTL programme is valid for travel between the eight European countries (Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and the United Kingdom) and Singapore from the 19th of October 2021. 

Please note: The designated VTL flights are only bookable for passengers travelling to Singapore under the VTL programme. Passengers transitting in Singapore are also eligible for VTL flights, as long as they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and hold a valid vaccination certificate in English.  

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VTL flights from Copenhagen to Singapore


Travel on the special Vaccinated Travel Lane flights from Denmark to Singapore

01 November 2021 - 18 January 2022

Flight number Route Flight Times Flight Dates
SQ 353 Copenhagen - Singapore 12:30 / 07:30 +1 Monday, Thursday

19 January 2022 - 29 January 2022

Flight number Route Flight Times Flight Dates
SQ 353 Copenhagen - Singapore 12:30 / 07:30 +1 Monday, Thursday
SQ 351  Copenhagen - Singapore 12:30 / 07:30 +1 Wednesday, Saturday

2 February 2022 - 26 March 2022 

Flight number Route Flight Times Flight Dates
SQ 353 Copenhagen - Singapore 12:30 / 07:30 +1 Monday, Thursday
SQ 351 Copenhagen - Singapore 12:30 / 07:30 +1  Wednesday, Friday, Saturday


Flying to Singapore for Non-Vaccinated Travellers

Singapore Airlines A350

For travellers who do not meet the eligibility criteria to fly under the VTL arrangement, there are non-VTL flights available for your journey from Copenhagen to Singapore. Singapore Airlines will only operate non-VTL flights from Copenhagen to Singapore until the 18 January 2022. From the 19 January 2022, all flights will be operated as VTL flights. 

Eligibility Criteria and Health Measures


If you are not eligible to fly on the VTL flights: 

  • You can fly from Copenhagen on our regular flights (non-VTL) to Singapore or on to your final destination. Transfer connections from other European countries, such as Sweden and Norway are further possible. 
  • Entry for tourist purposes in Singapore is not allowed on non-VTL flights. If you are travelling on a non-VTL flight and receive an entry permit, it is mandatory to meet the regular entry requirements for Singapore and undergo quarantine. 

Non-VTL Flights from Copenhagen to Singapore



Our Non-Vaccinated Travel Lanes flights

Singapore Airlines will only operate non-VTL flights from Copenhagen to Singapore until the 18 January 2022. From 19 January 2022, all flights will be operated as VTL flights. 

01 November 2021 - 18 January 2022 

Flight number Route Flight Times Flight Dates
SQ 351 Copenhagen - Singapore 12:30 / 07:30 +1 Wednesday, Saturday

Transit Passengers

Please note that passengers transiting in Singapore will be eligible for VTL flights, as long as they are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and hold a valid vaccination certificate in English. Passengers transiting in Singapore will also need to undertake a pre-departure Covid-19 PCR test and obtain a negative result 48 hours before their flight, and meet all entry requirements of their destination country.

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Popular FAQs

Where can I get more info on the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL)?

To read the latest VTL announcement by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), click here.
You may also visit the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) Safe Travel website, which provides VTL requirements and FAQs. Specific entry requirements are available as follows:

 For VTL flight schedules from Singapore Airlines for the following countries, please click here:

  • Denmark
  • France
  • Germany
  • Switzerland
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • South Korea
  • The Netherlands
  • The United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Canada
  • Sweden
  • Finland
  • Malaysia

What documentation do I need to board a Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flight?

All travellers must be fully vaccinated and will be required to provide the following:

 -  An accepted digitally certifiable vaccination (i.e. contains a QR code for verification) certificate in English, namely:
  • EU countries: European Union Digital Covid Certificates (EUDCC) issued by VTL countries (Starting 19 Oct 2021. Before 19 Oct 2021, only EUDCC from Germany will be accepted)
Please note that CovPass and the WHO Yellow Card will not be accepted.

 -  A negative pre-departure Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test taken within 48 hours of the flight departure.
 -  A negative pre-departure Antigen (ART) test taken within 48 hours of the flight departure.

Residents of Singapore or the EU who were previously unvaccinated and had recovered from a past Covid-19 infection are considered fully vaccinated if they have received at least one dose of an approved vaccine at least 28 days after the date when they first tested positive. Such travellers will be required to provide an EU recovery certificate from Covid-19, or a discharge memo issued in Singapore, as well as their vaccination certificate.

Additionally, short-term visitors and long-term pass holders will require a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP), which can be applied for between seven to 30 days of the flight. Customers will be requested to upload their vaccination certificates for verification in order to apply for the pass. VTP applications for Brunei and Germany are already open, while applications for all other countries start on 12 October 2021, 1000hrs (Singapore time). VTP applications for South Korea will begin on 8 November 2021, 1000hrs (Singapore time). More details can be found here.

Singapore citizens and permanent residents do not need to apply for a VTP, but will be required to show their vaccination status on the HealthHub or TraceTogether app, or present proof of their vaccination at check-in before departure for Singapore.

What is the difference in requirements when flying on a Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flight vs a non-VTL flight into Singapore?

Eligible VTL travellers can travel to Singapore from the VTL countries for any purpose, including leisure, and do not have to undergo quarantine measures. Short-term visitors and Long-Term Pass holders will require a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP). 

Non-VTL travellers will be subject to quarantine measures/Stay-Home Notice in Singapore. Short-term visitors are not allowed to enter Singapore on these flights, unless they hold a valid approval of entry from the ICA. The VTP will not meet this requirement.   
Other key differences include: 
VTL flights are only eligible to fully vaccinated travellers who have a 14-day travel history in Singapore and/or any approved VTL country — this can be a combination of time spent in both Singapore and the VTL country. For entry into Singapore on or after 15 November 2021, the list of VTL countries will include South Korea.
Please note that you can visit multiple VTL countries on the same trip and still be eligible for VTL flights. For example, a passenger can fly from Singapore to Paris, then Paris to Amsterdam, and still be eligible for the VTL flight from Amsterdam to Singapore.
Short-term visitors and Long-Term Pass holders must apply for a valid Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) if they wish to board a VTL flight to enter Singapore. Singapore citizens and permanent residents need not apply. However, Singapore permanent residents must have a valid re-entry permit to enter Singapore.
In addition, travellers must:
  • Be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 with the Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty, Moderna, or other World Health Organisation Emergency Use Listing vaccines, with the final dose completed at least 14 days prior to arrival in Singapore. 
  • Provide an accepted digitally certifiable (i.e. contains a QR code for verification) vaccination certificate in English. To board a VTL flight any of the following certifications are eligible.

- Singapore: Vaccination status on the HealthHub or TraceTogether app 
- EU countries: European Union Digital Covid Certificates (EUDCC) issued by VTL countries (Starting 19 Oct 2021. Before 19 Oct 2021, only EUDCC from Germany will be accepted) 

Please note that CovPass and the WHO Yellow Card will not be accepted.
  • Take a pre-departure Covid-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test within 48 hours before flight departure, and an on-arrival PCR test at Singapore Changi Airport.
  • Fly only on dedicated VTL flights.

As regulations may change at short notice, customers are advised to check the latest travel advisories issued by the relevant local authorities before their trip.

If customers are entering via a non-VTL flight, they are required to meet the prevailing entry requirements for Singapore.Please click here for details.

Is quarantine-free travel across all VTL countries possible?

Most VTL countries provide quarantine and test-free entry to vaccinated travellers from Singapore. The exceptions are:
  • Brunei: Quarantine and testing are both required.  
  • Italy: A pre-departure PCR test or Antigen Rapid Test (ART) to be taken 72 hours prior to the flight. 
  • South Korea: A pre-departure PCR test to be taken 72 hours prior to the flight. 
  • The USA: A pre-departure ART to be taken 72 hours prior to the flight. 

There may also be entry restrictions by the VTL countries based on your travel history prior to departure, Residents of Singapore who have been in SIngapore for more than 14 days are not impacted.  You may also be required to provide a vaccination certificate upon arrival and/or other travel documents before you travel.

If I have a flight booking and I tested positive for Covid-19 during the pre-departure Covid-19 PCR test. Will I be able to get a refund?

If you test positive for Covid-19, you will not be allowed to board any Singapore Airlines flight.  

You may request a refund for the unused portion of your ticket, with cancellation fees waived. The refund will be processed according to the original mode of payment. You may use the Assistance Request Form to submit your request.

How many Covid-19 PCR tests are required for the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flight to Singapore?

All passengers are required to take:

1. A pre-departure test within 48 hours before flight departure. You must obtain a negative test result in English. Travellers should contact and take their test at an internationally accredited or recognised laboratory, clinic, or medical facility. The full list can be found here.

2. An on-arrival test at Changi Airport. Travellers should register and make payment for their on-arrival test prior to departing for Singapore via the Safe Travel concierge.

3. If flying from Brunei or Germany on a VTL and arriving in Singapore before 19 October:
  • Two post-arrival PCR tests will be required, one on Day 3 and the other on Day 7 of your trip
  • These need only be taken if you are still in Singapore after 3pm on either post-arrival test day
  • Upon arrival in Singapore, travellers will be emailed a unique link to book their post-arrival tests at dedicated clinics.
  • Note: You will still be required to take the additional post-arrival tests on Day 3 and Day 7, even if those dates are after 19 October.

Additional FAQs on the tests above can be found here.

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Singapore - The Melting Pot of Asia

Discover the Southeast Asian metropolis

Singapore Attractions

With its warm climate, world-class hotels and unbeatable eating options, Singapore is a great year-round destination. As one of Asia's safest and most eclectic metropolis cities, the city-state incorporates a fascinating mix of impressive skyscrapers, luxury hotels, temples, mosques, parks and breathtaking scenery. In addition to the modern skyscrapers and futuristic attractions, the city offers plenty of green quiet zones for relaxation after a long and busy day exploring! 

The Lion City

Singapore City Bustle

The island state may be the smallest state in Southeast Asia and home to 5.7 million inhabitants, but it sure incorporates awe-inspiring values an traditions from all around the world. The Lion City is considered a melting pot of a variety of Asian cultures such as China, Malaysia, Indonesia and India. Religious tolerance and a calm approach to multicultural affairs ensures a relaxed day-to-day life with each culture represented on different attractions: Chinatown, Little India, Arab Street, Katong etc. Immerse yourself in a variety of cultures, delicious food and ancient traditions: visit the temples of Chinatown – such as the shrine with sacred relics of the Buddha or the Sri Mariamman Temple, the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore with its colored carvings. The opportunities are endless! 

'Supertrees' at Gardens by the Bay

Supertrees Gardens by the bay

One of Asia's premier floriculture destinations, Gardens by the Bay offers a scenic paradise for nature and photography lovers, as well as the whole family! By covering three distinct spaces over 101 hectares, Singapore's 21st-century botanic garden is a S$1 billion fantasy land of space-age bio-domes, high-tech Supertrees and whimsical sculptures. The Flower Dome replicates the dry Mediterranean climates found across the world, while the even more astounding Cloud Forest is a tropical montane affair, complete with waterfall. Connecting two of the Supertrees is the OCBC Skyway, with knockout views of the gardens, city and South China Sea. At 7.45pm and 8.45pm, the Supertrees twinkle and glow for the spectacular Garden Rhapsody show - free of charge! 

Singapore Botanical Garden - a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Singapur Botanischer Garten

Singapore's 74-hectare botanic wonderland is a Unesco World Heritage Site and one of the city's most arresting attractions. Established in 1860, it's a tropical Valhalla peppered with glassy lakes, rolling lawns and themed gardens. The site is home to the National Orchid Garden , as well as a rare patch of dense primeval rainforest, the latter home to over 300 species of vegetation, over half of which are now considered rare in Singapore. Founded in 1859, "Singapore Botanic Gardens" is one of the most important botanical gardens in Asia and one of the top attractions for nature-, flower- and plant lovers. The gardens are filled with magnificant banyan- and orchid tees and invites about 4.2 million visitors to visit every year. This makes it the most visited botanical garden in the world! 

The Esplanade

Singapore Esplanade

Don't miss the vibrant Esplanade performing arts centre located by the Singapore River! As Singapore's core centre for Art and Culture. Esplanade - Theatre consists of a splendid mix of music, dance, theatre, film screenings and performances. The palpable creative vibe will have you infected in no time, whether you are infatuated by the ever-changing visual arts display near the main entrance or the world-class performances staged here. Start your performance with a delicious dinner in one of the many restaurants or squeeze in a quick round of shopping at the retail outlets. End the day with a guided Esplanade Tour taking you through the Concert Hall, Theatre and other front-of-house facilities and learn all about the venue's acoustics, its architecture and history and its bequest to Singapore's art scene. 

Information of Singapore Tourism Board - Passion Made Possible

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Do you need recommendations for top shopping opportunities, the trendiest restaurants and bars or even the most dreamy destinations? Be sure to visit the Singapore Tourism Board - Passion Made Possible website and learn much more about Singapore's culture, history and top attractions. You will also be able to retrieve all practical information on your next trip to the glorious city-state! 

Business Metropolis

Singapore Businessmetropolis

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