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Covid-19: Advisory for customers travelling under Fast Lane arrangements

Singapore has established Fast Lane travel arrangements with various countries and regions, including Brunei, Indonesia, Japan, Mainland China, Malaysia and the Republic of Korea. Please note that travellers who do not adhere to the following requirements may be refused boarding.

Indonesia

Singapore and Indonesia have a Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) arrangement to facilitate short-term essential business and official travel between the two countries. The RGL is only applicable to residents in Singapore and Indonesian citizens entering or exiting through Jakarta (Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, Tangerang).  

For applicants travelling from Indonesia to Singapore, either a company or government agency in Singapore will need to apply for a SafeTravel Pass on their behalf to use the RGL. Further details on the pre-departure and post-arrival requirements, can be found here.

For applicants travelling from Singapore to Indonesia, either a company or government agency in Indonesia will need to apply for an Indonesian visa on their behalf to use the RGL. Details on the pre-departure health measures and the application process may be found here.


Japan

A Reciprocal Green Lane (Business Track) arrangement has been established to facilitate essential short-term business and official travel between Singapore and Japan.

The Reciprocal Green Lane is only applicable to residents in Singapore and Japan entering or exiting through Narita International Airport or Haneda International Airport in Tokyo or Kansai International Airport in Osaka.

For applicants travelling from Japan to Singapore, the Singapore-based company or government agency will need to apply for a SafeTravel Pass on their behalf to use the RGL. Further details on the pre-departure and post-arrival requirements, can be found here.

For applicants travelling from Singapore to Japan, details on the pre-departure and post-arrival requirements can be found here.


Brunei

Singapore and Brunei have a Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) arrangement to facilitate short-term essential business and official travel between the two countries. The RGL is only applicable for travel between airports in Singapore and Brunei which have available non-stop flight routes.

For applicants travelling from Brunei to Singapore, the receiving enterprise or government agency in Singapore will need to apply for a SafeTravel Pass on their behalf to use the RGL.

For applicants travelling from Singapore to Brunei, the receiving enterprise or government agency in Brunei will need to apply for an Entry Travel Pass on their behalf to use the RGL.

Details on the pre-departure health measures and the application process may be found here.

Travellers will also need to bear the cost of post-arrival Covid-19 test(s) and stay in declared locations.

Singapore has also permitted general travel from Brunei. Non-RGL travellers will need to apply for an Air Travel Pass to enter Singapore. This is a separate arrangement from the RGL with different requirements and processes.

For more information on the Air Travel Pass, please click here.

Republic of Korea (ROK)

Singapore and the ROK have a Fast Lane arrangement to facilitate essential business and official travel between the two countries. Those travelling via the Fast Lane are required to enter/exit only through Seoul (Incheon International Airport) at this point in time.

For applicants travelling from the ROK to Singapore, the receiving enterprise or government agency in Singapore will need to apply for a SafeTravel Pass on their behalf to use the Fast Lane. Further details on the application process, as well as the pre-departure and post-arrival requirements, can be found here.

For applicants travelling from Singapore to the ROK, the receiving enterprise or government agency in the ROK will need to apply for an Isolation Exemption Certificate on their behalf to use the Fast Lane. Further details on the pre-departure and post-arrival requirements, can be found here.

Malaysia

A Reciprocal Green Lane arrangement has been established to facilitate essential business and official travel between Singapore and Malaysia, up to a maximum of 14 days’ stay.

Travellers under the RGL scheme are expected to undergo pre-departure and post-arrival Covid-19 PCR tests, abide by a pre-declared itinerary during their visit, and download and use TraceTogether for their entire period of stay. The RGL is only applicable for travel between (i) airports in Singapore and Malaysia which have available non-stop flight routes and (ii) land checkpoints. Further details on the inbound and outbound requirements under the RGL, and how to apply for a SafeTravel Pass to Singapore can be found here.

Mainland China

Fast lanes arrangements have been established to facilitate essential business and official travel between Singapore and six provinces and municipalities in Mainland China (Chongqing, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Shanghai, Tianjin and Zhejiang).

Customers travelling from Mainland China to Singapore

Customers travelling from the above-mentioned six Chinese provinces and municipalities to Singapore must be sponsored by either a Singapore-based company or a Singapore government agency, which will file an application on behalf of the traveller for a SafeTravel Pass from the Singapore authorities.

Approved SafeTravel Pass holders will be required to adhere to various pre-departure and post-arrival measures including having to undergo Covid-19 tests at their own cost. They will be exempted from the 14-day quarantine but must remain isolated for one to two days in their declared accommodation to await the outcome of their test results.

Residents of China, who are travelling under the Fast Lane arrangement, are required to take a Covid-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test within 72 hours before departing from Mainland China and obtain a  certificate with a negative result. The test must be taken at one of the medical institutions designated by the relevant Chinese authorities for pre-departure Covid-19 testing. For more information on the list of designated medical institutions, please refer here.

Customers travelling from Singapore to Mainland China 

Residents of Singapore seeking to travel to Mainland China for essential business or official travel via the Fast Lane must obtain approval from the Chinese authorities through a sponsorship by either a company or a government agency in China, which will file an application on behalf of the applicant with the local provincial/ municipal authorities.

The application process, documents required and prevailing Covid-19 control measures may vary among the provinces and municipalities. Customers are encouraged to verify the latest requirements with the relevant authorities. More details here.

Customers are encouraged to factor in the time needed for the application process when booking their flights.

For the latest Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flight schedules, please refer to this link.

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新冠疫情:关于新加坡与中国快捷通道的安排

新加坡与中国大陆六个省市(重庆、广东、江苏、上海、天津和浙江)已建立快捷通道,旨在便利两国之间的必要商务和公务旅行。

从中国大陆前往新加坡的乘客

从上述中国大陆六个省市出发前往新加坡的乘客,必须通过负责接待的新加坡政府机构或在新加坡的接待企业为其向新加坡监管部门申请“安心出行证”(SafeTravel Pass)。

获得“安心出行证”的持有者应遵循出发前及抵达后的各项措施,包括自费接受新冠病毒检测。他们将豁免14日隔离期,但仍须在申报的住宿地隔离1至2日等待检测结果。

通过此快捷通道前往新加坡的中国居民,须在中国大陆出发前72小时以内接受新冠病毒聚合酶链反应测试(PCR)且获得阴性检测证明。必须通过中国相关监管部门指定的出发前新冠病毒检测医疗机构进行该检测。有关指定检测医疗机构的清单,请查阅此链接

从新加坡前往中国大陆的乘客

通过快捷通道前往中国大陆进行必要商务或公务旅行的新加坡居民,必须通过负责接待的中国政府机构或在中国的接待企业为其向中国当地省市有关部门提交申请并获得批准。

各省市的申请流程、所需文件以及新冠疫情防控措施可能有所不同。我们建议乘客向有关机构了解最新要求。更多详情,请查阅此链接

我们建议乘客在预订航班之前,考虑上述申请流程所需的时间。

新加坡航空及胜安航空最新的航班时刻信息,请点击此链接



First posted on 8 June 2020, 1845hrs (GMT +8)
Last updated 26 October 2020, 2111hrs (GMT+8)