Vaccinated Travel Lane between Brunei and SingaporeSingapore has established a Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) from Brunei into Singapore. This allows eligible fully vaccinated customers departing from Brunei to enter Singapore for any purpose, including leisure travel, without quarantine restrictions.
Eligibility Criteria and Health Measures
SIA customers flying from Brunei to Singapore or transiting in Singapore under the VTL arrangement must meet all eligibility criteria and required health measures. These include:
- No travel history outside of Singapore and the VTL countries in the past 14 days. Travel to multiple VTL countries in the itinerary is allowed. Please note that transit countries are considered part of your travel history. You will not be eligible for a VTL flight if you have transited through a non-VTL country within the past 14 days.
- Being fully vaccinated against Covid-19 with the Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty, Moderna or other World Health Organization Emergency Use Listing vaccines. The final dose must be completed at least 14 days prior to arrival in Singapore.
- Providing proof of vaccination in the form of an electronic or physical vaccination certificate in English, issued by the Singapore Government or Brunei government.
- Taking a pre-departure Covid-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test within 48 hours before flight departure.
- Flying only on dedicated VTL flights.
- VTL travellers entering Singapore are also required to register and make payment for an on-arrival PCR test at Changi Airport before their trip.
Short-term visitors and Long-Term Pass holders must apply for a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) between seven and 30 days prior to their intended date of entry into Singapore.
Singapore citizens and permanent residents are not required to apply for the Vaccinated Travel Pass, but show their vaccination status on the HealthHub app or present proof of their vaccination issued by the Singapore Government or the Brunei Government.
Short-term visitors who require a visa for travel to Singapore must separately obtain a visa. They are advised to do so after receiving their VTP approval and before departure.
All visitors must also purchase travel insurance, with a minimum coverage of S$30,000 for Covid-19-related medical treatment and hospitalisation costs, prior to travel to Singapore.
These visitors must also use the TraceTogether app in Singapore to facilitate contact tracing.
Customers travelling on designated VTL flights must ensure that they meet all the requirements before booking a flight.
To view the full VTL requirements and health measures, please click here.
For the entry requirements into Brunei, please click here.
To view the Brunei VTL flight schedules, please click here.
Book Your Seat on a VTL Flight
If you have flight credits with us, you can use them for your booking. Simply search for fares as usual, select your flights, and retrieve your flight credits before proceeding.
Suspension of Vaccinated Travel Lane
If any VTL is suspended, Singapore Airlines will adhere to the guidance of the regulators. Customers will be informed of any changes to their flights.
If flights are cancelled or reverted to a non-VTL flight, all affected customers will be eligible for a refund of their tickets. This includes a waiver of cancellation fees. A refund will be accorded to the passengers’ original form of payment for unutilised portion(s) of their tickets (including non-refundable tickets).
Health and Safety Measures Onboard
Singapore Airlines is committed to the well-being of our customers and has precautionary measures in place to ensure their health and safety throughout their journey. More details can be found here.
For Covid-19 related travel information, please visit our dedicated Covid-19 Information Centre.
First posted on 19 August 2021, 1900hrs (GMT+8)
Last updated on 19 October 2021, 0900hrs (GMT+8)