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Vaccinated Travel Lanes
(VTL)

Vaccinated travellers can now enjoy quarantine-free access to Singapore from the following countries*: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Additionally, VTL flights from Thailand will commence from 14 December 2021, as well as Cambodia, Maldives, Sri Lanka, and Turkey from 16 December 2021.  

*Travel restrictions to VTL countries may apply. Learn more below. 
Last updated 05 December 2021, 13:31hrs (GMT +8)


 

Singapore Airlines and Scoot will not operate Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) services from Dubai and Jeddah respectively, following the Singapore government’s announcement of the deferral of the VTL arrangements with the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

In addition, the VTL services for Thailand will only be from Bangkok. SIA and Scoot will not operate VTL services from Phuket and Chiang Mai respectively due to regulatory reasons.

SIA customers with existing bookings on VTL flights from Dubai from 6 December 2021 and Phuket from 14 December 2021, and who booked directly with us, may rebook or seek a refund of the unused portion of their ticket. They may use our Assistance Request Form to submit their request. 

For bookings made through a travel agency or partner airline, please contact them directly for assistance.

 

Eligibility and requirements

Flying from Singapore to a VTL country

The following countries provide quarantine-free and test-free entry to vaccinated travellers from Singapore: Denmark, GermanySpain and Turkey.

The following countries require tests:

  • Cambodia: A negative Covid-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test certificate in English issued by an accepted heath authority no more than 72 hours prior to arrival into Cambodia, accompanied by the lab report. An Antigen Rapid Test (ART) is also required on arrival.
  • Canada: A negative pre-departure Covid-19 test result obtained within 72 hours prior to the direct flight to Canada. An ART will not be accepted. Click here for full test requirements and exemptions.
  • France: All travellers must present a negative pre-departure PCR or ART test result, taken within 48 hours before departure from the first point of embarkation. Children under 12 years of age are exempted.  
  • Italy: A negative pre-departure PCR test or Antigen Rapid Test (ART)2 test result obtained within 72 hours prior to the flight. 
  • Malaysia: Travellers must present a negative pre-departure Covid-19 RT-PCR test result obtained within two days prior to the flight. A Covid-19 RT-PCR test is required on arrival. Children aged two and below (as of calendar year) are exempted
  • The Maldives: A negative Covid-19 PCR test taken within 96 hours before departure from the first point of embarkation. Children aged under one are exempted. 
  • Sri Lanka: All travellers are required to present a printed negative Covid-19 PCR test result in English, taken within 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point. Children aged below two are exempted. An on-arrival PCR test is also required for children aged 12 to below 18, who are accompanied by vaccinated parents. They will be able to re-join their parents once they test negative. 
  • SwitzerlandAll travellers aged 16 and above must have a negative pre-departure Covid-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours prior to departure. Antigen tests are not accepted.
  • Thailand: A negative Covid-19 RT PCR test result taken within 72 hours before the scheduled time of departure. 
  • The UK: A post-arrival PCR test on Day 2 (requires pre-booking). This test must be provided by a private test provider. If the test result is positive or unclear, the traveller must self-isolate for a further 10 days. The day of the post-arrival PCR test will be considered as Day 0. For arrivals into the UK from 4am, 7 December 2021, a negative pre-departure Covid-19 test result will need to be obtained 2 days prior to the flight.
  • The USA: A negative pre-departure Covid-19 test result obtained within 3 days prior to the flight. For arrivals into the US from 6 December 2021, a negative pre-departure Covid-19 test result will need to be obtained 1 day prior to the flight. Tests accepted include: ART2, NAAT, RT-LAMP, RT-PCR or TMA.


The following countries may require both tests and quarantine:

  • Australia: All travellers entering Sydney and Melbourne will be required to self-isolate for up to 72 hours upon arrival in Australia. Travellers aged five and above will also be required to obtain a negative pre-departure Covid-19 test result within three days prior to flight departure. Unvaccinated children aged 12171 entering Sydney or Melbourne  are subjected to varying health control measures, depending on the state or territory. Further details on entering Australia can be found here.
  • Brunei: A pre-departure Covid-19 PCR test 48 hours prior to the flight. Upon arrival, travellers will need to self-isolate for between two to 14 days. (Travellers will also need to apply for an Entry Travel Pass.)
  • India: Travellers from Singapore arriving in India, will be required to serve quarantine for seven days at home or in a hotel. They are also required to take an on-arrival PCR test and a second PCR test on Day 8No further quarantine is required if they test negative for the second PCR test. Find out more here. 
  • Indonesia: Travellers must have a printed medical certificate with a negative Covid-19 PCR test result taken within 72 hours before departure. The certificate must be in English. A PCR test is required on arrival, and travellers will have to serve quarantine for up to five days, with another PCR test administered at the end of quarantine. 
  • The Netherlands: Either a pre-departure Nucleic Acid Amplification Test (NAAT) 48 hours prior to the flight or an ART 24 hours prior to the flight. Unvaccinated children 11 and below, and accompanied by a vaccinated parent/legal guardian, are exempt from the pre-departure test. However, please note that unvaccinated children aged 13 and above are required to serve mandatory self-quarantine, even if accompanied by fully vaccinated parent/legal guardian. Further details on the requirements for children aged 12 17 years entering the Netherlands can be found here.
  • South Korea: Present a negative pre-departure Covid-19 test result obtained within 72 hours prior to the flight, and take an on-arrival PCR test. Another PCR test is required on Day 6 or 7 after arrival if the duration of stay is eight days or more. Unvaccinated children aged six and above may enter, but would be subjected to quarantine for 10 days. 

Customers transiting through Singapore to connect to any of the countries listed above will be required to complete a professionally administered Covid-19 PCR or ART test two days prior to departure to Singapore. 

Please note that the requirements above are not comprehensive, and there may also be entry restrictions imposed by the VTL countries based on your travel history prior to departure. Customers should ensure they meet the full entry requirements of their destination country before booking the flight, as well as prior to departure. You may also be required to provide a vaccination certificate upon arrival.

To facilitate verification by the relevant authorities, travellers from Singapore may use Notarise to digitally authenticate and endorse the pre-departure test and/or vaccination certificates. 

1Unvaccinated children aged 13 and above, will not be eligible for VTL flights if returning to Singapore.

2Self-administered tests (e.g. self-testing using an ART kit) cannot be used as a pre-departure test. Find a list of locations where you can take your pre-departure test here 

Learn more about the requirements to travel to India

 

Learn more about the requirements to travel to Malaysia

 

Learn more about the requirements to travel to South Korea

 

Flying from a VTL country to Singapore on a VTL flight

To enter Singapore quarantine-free under the VTL scheme, travellers must fly on designated VTL flights. Singapore Airlines may operate both VTL flights and non-VTL flights on the same routes, so it is important for customers to select their flights carefully.

Travellers must not have any travel history outside of Singapore and/or VTL or Category I countries/regions in the past 14 days to be eligible for the VTL flights. Any time spent in Singapore prior to travelling to a VTL country counts towards these 14 days. E.g. if you are based in Singapore and travel to Germany (VTL country), you do not need to spend 14 days in Germany and can return to Singapore on a VTL flight anytime.

Please note that you can visit multiple VTL or Category I countries/regions on the same trip and still be eligible for VTL flights. 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. 

E.g. you can fly from Singapore to Munich, then onward to Paris and London, and return to Singapore within a 14-day trip. However, if you fly from Singapore to Los Angeles via Tokyo, you will not be eligible for SIA’s non-stop VTL flight from Los Angeles if your stay in Los Angeles is less than 14 days, as Tokyo is not on the list of VTL countries. 

Short-term visitors and Long-Term Pass holders must apply for a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) online between seven and 60 days prior to their intended date of entry into Singapore. Children aged 12 and below (as of calendar year) do not need to apply for a VTP. 

VTP applications start on the following dates:
  • Already open: Australia, Canada, Brunei, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Spain, South Korea, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States
  • 7 December 2021: Thailand
  • 9 December 2021: Cambodia, the Maldives, Sri Lanka, and Turkey

Travellers from countries whose vaccination certificate meets EU DCC standards and have joined the EU DCC system, can also apply for a Vaccinated Travel Pass from 6 December 2021, 15:59 GMT. However, these travellers must ensure they meet all existing VTL requirements, including a 14-day travel history consisting only of Singapore, Category I countries/regions, and any VTL countries.  

Singapore Airlines does not currently operate to FIji, Finland, Sweden and Qatar. Find out more flying to these VTL countries here.  

Singapore citizens and permanent 
residents are not required to apply for a VTP
However, if vaccinated overseas, they are encouraged to submit their overseas vaccination certificates in their health declaration during the SG Arrival Card submission for a smoother immigration processPermanent residents must also ensure they hold a valid re-entry permits. 

Vaccination requirements for VTL flight

Travellers must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 with any vaccine in the World Health Organisation (WHO) Emergency Use List.

  • To be considered fully vaccinated*, you require two shots of an approved vaccine, or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
  • Mixing of approved vaccines is accepted.
  • The final dose must be completed at least 14 days prior to arrival in Singapore.
  • You must provide a vaccination certificate in English. Please refer to the list of acceptable certificates below**. All vaccination certificates must be digitally certifiable (i.e. contains a QR code for verification).
  • Children aged 12 and below (as of calendar year) are exempted from these vaccination requirements. However, they must be accompanied by a fully vaccinated traveller on the VTL flight.  


*Residents of Singapore, the EU, Switzerland, or the UK 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. Such travellers will be required to provide an EU or National Health Service (NHS) recovery certificate from Covid-19, or a discharge memo issued in Singapore.

**Acceptable vaccination certificates include:

  • Singapore: Singapore Vaccination Healthcerts issued via the Notarise portal.
  • Australia: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) issued International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate (ICVC).
  • Brunei: BruHealth issued in Brunei + present Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP). 
  • Canada: The Smart Health Cards (SHC) format on the CommonTrust Network (CTN) or the Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI) are accepted. SHCs can also be digitally verified on the SMART Health Card Verifier app. 
  • Cambodia: Covid-19 Vaccination Card issued by the Ministry of Health/Ministry of Defence in Cambodia (starting 16 December 2021). This card must be presented with a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) and proof of vaccination. 
  • Europe and Turkey: European Union Digital Covid Certificates (EUDCC) of vaccination issued by European Union Member States or certificates from non-EU countries that meet EU DCC standards, and have joined the EU DCC system. 
  • IndiaInternational Travel Certificate in the Digital Infrastructure for Vaccination Open Credentialing (DIVOC) standard, available on the Co-WIN platform.
  • Indonesia: Proof of vaccination on the PeduliLindungi app + present Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP).  
  • Malaysia: MySejahtera App.
  • The Maldives: Covid-19 Digital Certification downloaded from the Health Protection Agency Maldives (starting 16 December 2021).  
  • South Korea: Static QR Code on the COOV app or Covid-19 vaccination certificates issued by the Korean Disease Control and Prevention Agency (KDCA), downloaded from the KDCA website.
  • Sri Lanka: Certificate of Covid-19 Vaccination issued by the Sri Lankan Ministry of Health (starting 16 December 2021). This certificate must be presented with a Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) and proof of vaccination.
  • Thailand: International Covid-19 Vaccination Certificate issued by the Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand (starting 14 December 2021).
  • The UK: National Health Service (NHS) COVID Passes downloaded from the NHS mobile app.
  • The USA: The following will be accepted:
    1. The Smart Health Cards (SHC) format on the CommonTrust Network (CTN) or the Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI). SHCs can also be digitally verified on the SMART Health Card Verifier app.
    2. A physical vaccination record and a letter signed by the state, local health authority, or vaccination provider attesting to the travellers vaccination status will also be accepted. This letter must contain the traveller’s name and one other personal identifier, such as the date of birth or passport number; as well as the date and name of the vaccine administered.
    3. Digital vaccination record retrieved from the public health database of the state or the local health authority.  

      Please note that short-term visitors and Long-Term Pass holders showing proof of vaccination via II or III must submit these documents here.  

  • OthersFrom 6 December 2021, 15:59 hours, GMT, certificates that meet the EU DCC certificate standards from a non-EU country (and territory) that has joined the EU Digital Covid Certificate system, listed here.  



View the vaccination requirements for all VTL countries 
here.  

QR c
odes in 
ICAO Visible Digital Seal for Non-Constrained Environments (VDS-NC) format are also recognised, as long as they are issued by any VTL country. 

Please note that CovPass and the WHO Yellow Card will not be accepted. 

View examples of all accepted certificates here.

Testing requirements for VTL flights

Travellers on a VTL flight entering Singapore will be required to take a pre-departure Covid-19 test, a Covid-19 PCR on-arrival test and self-administered Antigen Rapid Tests (ART) for a week post arrival.

  • Predeparture test procedure and requirements
  • A professionally administered ART or PCR test within two days of the VTL flight departure., A list of global locations for these tests can be found here.
  • All pre-departure test result memos must state:
- Traveller’s name.
- Either date of birth or passport number as stated in the passport.
- Date and time where the test was taken, as well as the name of the testing institution.
- Negative test result in English.
  • On-arrival PCR test procedures and requirements
- Pre-book and pay for your on-arrival test here
- You will be required to take a test after collecting your baggage
- Follow the signage to the testing area and show your pre-payment QR code
- You must self-isolate until test results are available. These are usually available within 24 hours.
  • Post- arrival Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Tests (ART) procedures and requirements:
  • Self-administered ART tests are required from Days 2 to 7 post arrival
  • Your day of arrival is considered Day 1
  • With effect from 7 December 2021, for Days, 2,4, 5 and 6, you are required to self-administer an ART at your place of accommodation and upload the test results online using the link sent to you after arrival in Singapore.
  • For Days 3 and 7, you are required to undergo a supervised self-administered ART at a Combined Test Centre or Quick Test Centre, You will be provided a link via your contact details to book these tests.
  • During this 7-day period, other than on days when you are required to go out for your supervised tests, travellers must test negative on their self-administered ART before going out for activities on that day.


Infants aged 2 and below (as of calendar year) will be exempted from all Covid-19 tests. VTL travellers who have taken an on-arrival Covid-19 test within 2 days of their return VTL flight to Singapore will be exempted from the pre-departure test requirement. Learn more here.

Other requirements for VTL flights

Short-term visitors must 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. Singapore Airlines offers travel insurance from France, Germany, Malaysia, South Korea, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

All visitors must use the TraceTogether app in Singapore to facilitate contact tracing. After leaving Singapore, the TraceTogether app data must be kept for 21 days.

If any VTL requirements are not met, Singapore citizens and permanent residents must serve a seven or 10-day Stay Home Notice (SHN) upon arrival, depending on their travel history.

Register for Safe Travel Concierge and tick the “I'm travelling on a VTL” box to view a checklist of pre-travel requirements. You can also access e-services and forms such as the SG Arrival Card/e-Health Declaration Card, and pre-book and pay for your on-arrival Covid-19 PCR test. The forms can be completed and PCR test booked up to three days in advance. Remember to have a valid vaccination certificate on hand too. 

To view the full set of VTL requirements and health measures, please click here.

To view an infographic of VTL eligibility requirements, please click here.

 

Designated VTL Flights

Singapore Airlines will operate VTL flights according to the following schedules below.

For more information on Scoot’s VTL flights, please refer to Scoot’s page here.

Australia

Adelaide – Singapore

Starting 15 January 2022, SQ278 and SQ276 will operate as the designated VTL flights from Adelaide to Singapore.

Adelaide – Singapore
15 January 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ278Monday, Tuesday, Saturday10:35am – 3:10pmAirbus A350-900
SQ276Thursday5:45pm – 10:30pmAirbus A350-900

*All times are local

 

Brisbane – Singapore

Starting 15 January 2022, SQ236, SQ246 and SQ256 will operate as the designated VTL flights from Brisbane to Singapore.

Brisbane – Singapore
15 January 2022 – 1 February 2022
SQ236Daily2:45pm – 8:35pmAirbus A350-900
SQ246Daily11:00pm – 4:40amAirbus A350-900
2 February 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ236Daily2:45pm – 8:35pmAirbus A350-900
SQ246Daily11:00pm – 4:40amAirbus A350-900
SQ256Monday, Wednesday, Friday10:20am – 4:20pmAirbus A350-900

*All times are local

 

Melbourne – Singapore

SQ218 and SQ228 operate daily as the designated VTL flights from Melbourne to Singapore. Starting from 2 January 2022, SQ238 will also operate daily as a designated VTL flight as well.

There are no non-VTL flights departing from Melbourne.

Melbourne – Singapore
8 November 2021 – 1 January 2022
SQ218Daily12:35am – 5:15am Airbus A350-900
SQ228Daily4:40pm – 9:20pmAirbus A350-900
2 January 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ218Daily12:35am – 5:15amAirbus 350-900
SQ228Daily4:40pm – 9:20pmAirbus 350-900
SQ238Daily10:35am – 3:15pmAAirbus 350-900
27 March 2022
SQ238Sunday10:35am – 3:25pmAirbus 350-900

*All times are local

 

Perth – Singapore

Starting 1 March 2022, SQ214, SQ216 and SQ224 will operate as the designated VTL flights from Perth to Singapore.

Perth – Singapore
1 March 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ214Daily4:45pm – 10:00pm Boeing 787-10
SQ216Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday11:10am – 4:20pmBoeing 787-10
SQ224Daily6:40am – 11:55amBoeing 787-10

*All times are local

 

Sydney – Singapore

SQ212 and SQ222 operate daily as the designated VTL flights from Sydney to Singapore.

Sydney – Singapore
8 November 2021 – 30 November 2021
SQ212Daily9:05am – 2:15pmAirbus A350-900
SQ222Daily4:10pm – 9:20pmBoeing 777-300ER
1 December 2021
SQ212Wednesday9:05am – 2:15pmAirbus A350-900
SQ222Wednesday4:10pm – 9:20pmAirbus A380-800
2 December 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ212Daily9:05am – 2:15pmBoeing 777-300ER
SQ222Daily4:10pm – 9:20pmAirbus A380-800

*All times are local

All other flights between Sydney and Singapore are non-VTL flights. 

Brunei

Brunei – Singapore

SQ143 operates once a week as the designated VTL flight from Brunei to Singapore.  

Brunei - Singapore
15 September 2021 - 29 October 2021
SQ143Wednesday12:05pm – 2:15pmBoeing 737-800
7 November 2021 - 22 March 2022
SQ143Sunday12:05pm – 2:15pmBoeing 737-800

*All times are local

All other flights between Brunei and Singapore are non-VTL flights.

Cambodia

Phnom Penh – Singapore

Starting 16 December 2021, SQ153 will operate daily as the designated VTL flight from Phnom Penh to Singapore.   

Phnom Penh – Singapore
16 December 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ153Daily9:35am – 12:40pmBoeing 737-8

*All times are local

 

Siem Reap – Singapore

Starting 17 December 2021, SQ163 will operate four times weekly as the designated VTL flight from Siem Reap to Singapore.

Siem Reap – Singapore
17 December 2021 – 25 March 2022
SQ163Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday10:40am – 2:15pmBoeing 737-8

*All times are local

All other flights between Cambodia and Singapore are non-VTL flights.

 

Denmark, Italy and Spain

Rome – Copenhagen – Singapore

SQ353 operates twice a week as the designated VTL flight from Rome/Copenhagen to Singapore. Starting from 19 January 2022, SQ351 will also operate twice a week as a designated VTL flight from Rome/Copenhagen to Singapore.

Rome – Copenhagen – Singapore
21 October 2021 – 28 October 2021
SQ353Rome – CopenhagenThursday8:35am – 11:00am Airbus A350-900
SQ353Copenhagen – SingaporeThursday12:20pm – 6:20am (+1) Airbus A350-900
1 November 2021 – 18 January 2022
SQ353Rome – CopenhagenMonday, Thursday8:40am – 11:10amAirbus A350-900
SQ353Copenhagen - SingaporeMonday, Thursday12:30pm – 7:30am (+1)Airbus A350-900
19 January 2022 – 31 January 2022
SQ353Rome – CopenhagenMonday, Thursday8:40am – 11:10am Airbus A350-900
SQ353Copenhagen – SingaporeMonday, Thursday12:30pm – 7:30am (+1) Airbus A350-900
SQ351Rome – CopenhagenWednesday, Saturday8:40am – 11:10am Airbus A350-900
SQ351Copenhagen – SingaporeWednesday, Saturday12:30pm – 7:30am (+1) Airbus A350-900
2 February 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ353Rome – Copenhagen Monday, Thursday8:40am – 11:10am Airbus A350-900
SQ353Copenhagen – Singapore Monday, Thursday12:30pm – 7:30am (+1)Airbus A350-900
SQ351Rome – Copenhagen Wednesday, Friday, Saturday8:40am – 11:10am Airbus A350-900
SQ351Copenhagen – Singapore Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 12:30pm – 7:30am (+1) Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

 

Barcelona – Milan – Singapore

SQ379 operates thrice weekly as the designated VTL flight from Barcelona through Milan to Singapore. SQ355 will also operate as a designated VTL flight from Milan to Singapore from 7 to 21 December 2021. Starting from 19 January 2022, SQ377 will also operate as a designated VTL flight.

Barcelona – Milan – Singapore
21 October 2021 – 28 October 2021
SQ379Barcelona - MilanMonday, Thursday, Sunday10:10am – 11:50amAirbus A350-900
SQ379Milan - SingaporeMonday, Thursday, Sunday1:00pm – 7:00am (+1)Airbus A350-900
31 October 2021 – 6 December 2021
SQ379Barcelona - MilanMonday, Thursday, Sunday9:50am – 11:30amAirbus A350-900
SQ379Milan - SingaporeMonday, Thursday, Sunday12:40pm – 7:35am (+1)Airbus A350-900
7 December 2021 – 21 December 2021
SQ379Barcelona - MilanMonday, Thursday, Sunday9:50am – 11:30amAirbus A350-900
SQ379Milan - SingaporeMonday, Thursday, Sunday12:40pm – 7:35am (+1)Airbus A350-900
SQ355Milan - SingaporeTuesday, Saturday12:40pm – 7:35am (+1)Airbus A350-900
22 December 2021 – 18 January 2022
SQ379Barcelona - MilanMonday, Thursday, Sunday9:50am – 11:30amAirbus A350-900
SQ379Milan - SingaporeMonday, Thursday, Sunday12:40pm – 7:35am (+1)Airbus A350-900
19 January 2022 – 25 March 2022
SQ379Barcelona – Milan Monday, Thursday, Sunday9:50am – 11:30am Airbus A350-900
SQ379Milan – Singapore Monday, Thursday, Sunday12:40pm – 7:35am (+1) Airbus A350-900
SQ377Barcelona – Milan Wednesday, Friday9:50am – 11:30am Airbus A350-900
SQ377Milan – Singapore Wednesday, Friday12:40pm – 7:35am (+1) Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

All other flights between Denmark, Italy, Spain and Singapore are non-VTL flights.

 

France

Paris – Singapore

SQ337 and SQ333 operate as the designated VTL flights from Paris to Singapore. Starting from 18 January 2022, SQ335 will also operate as a designated VTL flight from Paris to Singapore.

Paris – Singapore
20 October 2021 – 29 October 2021
SQ337Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday12:00pm – 6:50am (+1) Boeing 777-300ER
31 October 2021 - 10 December 2021
SQ337Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday10:40am – 6:15am (+1)Boeing 777-300ER
11 December 2021 – 21 December 2021
SQ337Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday10:40am – 6:15am (+1)Boeing 777-300ER
SQ333Tuesday, Saturday, Sunday8:00pm – 3:40pm (+1)Airbus A350-900
22 December 2021 – 17 January 2022
SQ337Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday10:40am – 6:15am (+1)Boeing 777-300ER
18 January 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ337Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 10:40am – 6:15am (+1) Boeing 777-300ER
SQ335Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 10:40am – 6:15am (+1) Boeing 777-300ER

*All times are local

All other flights between France and Singapore are non-VTL flights.

 

Germany

Frankfurt – Singapore

SQ325 operates daily as the designated VTL flight from Frankfurt to Singapore. From 18 January 2022, SQ25 will also operate as a VTL flight from Frankfurt to Singapore.

Frankfurt – Singapore
19 October 2021 – 30 October 2021
SQ325Daily10:00pm – 4:25pm (+1)Boeing 777-300ER
31 October 2021 – 17 January 2022
SQ325Daily9:55pm – 5:15pm (+1)Boeing 777-300ER
18 January 2022 – 27 March 2022
SQ325Daily9:55pm – 5:15pm (+1) Boeing 777-300ER
SQ25Daily11:40am – 6:50am (+1) Boeing 777-300ER

*All times are local

 

Munich – Singapore

SQ331 operates as the designated VTL flight from Munich to Singapore. From 17 January 2022, it will increase to five weekly flights from Munich to Singapore. 

Munich – Singapore
20 October 2021 - 30 October 2021
SQ331 Monday, Wednesday, Saturday1:15pm – 7:05am (+1)Airbus A350-900
31 October 2021 – 16 January 2022
SQ331Monday, Wednesday, Saturday1:15pm – 7:55am (+1) Airbus A350-900
17 January 2022 – 27 March 2022
SQ331Monday, Wednesday, Saturday1:15pm – 7:55am (+1) Airbus A350-900
SQ331Thursday, Sunday12:20pm – 7:00am (+1) Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

All other flights between Germany and Singapore are non-VTL flights. 

 

India

Chennai – Singapore

SQ529 operates daily as the designated VTL flight from Chennai to Singapore.

Chennai – Singapore
29 November 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ529Daily11:15pm – 5:55am (+1)Boeing 787-10

*All times are local

 

Delhi – Singapore

SQ403 operates daily as the designated VTL flight from Delhi to Singapore.

Delhi – Singapore
29 November 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ403Daily9:50pm – 6:10am (+1)Boeing 787-10

*All times are local

 

Mumbai – Singapore

SQ423 operates daily as the designated VTL flight from Mumbai to Singapore.

Mumbai – Singapore
29 November 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ423Daily11:35pm - 7:30am (+1)Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

All other flights between India and Singapore are non-VTL flights

 

Indonesia

SQ953 operates daily as the designated VTL flight from Jakarta to Singapore.

Jakarta – Singapore
29 November 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ953Daily8:25am – 11:10amBoeing 777-300ER

*All times are local

All other flights between the Jakarta and Singapore are non-VTL flights.

 

Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur Singapore 
SIA operates 10 weekly VTL flights from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore. SQ107 operates daily, while SQ121 operates three times a week. 

Kuala Lumpur – Singapore
29 November 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ107Daily10:25am – 11:35am Airbus A350-900
SQ121Thursday, Friday, Sunday7:30pm – 8:35pm Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

 

 

Singapore – Kuala Lumpur

SIA operates 10 weekly VTL services from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur. SQ108 operates daily, while SQ122 operates thrice weekly.

Singapore – Kuala Lumpur
29 November 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ108Daily8:30am – 9:30am Airbus A350-900
SQ122Thursday, Friday, Sunday5:30pm – 6:40pm Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

All other flights between Malaysia and Singapore are non-VTL flights.

 

The Maldives

Male – Singapore

From 16 December 2021, SQ437 will operate thrice weekly as the designated VTL flight from Male to Singapore. 

Male – Singapore
16 December 2021 – 24 March 2022
SQ437Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday11:25pm – 7:15am (+1)Boeing 737-800

*All times are local

All other flights between Male and Singapore are non-VTL flights. 

 

The Netherlands

Amsterdam – Singapore

SQ329 operates four times weekly as the designated VTL flight from Amsterdam to Singapore. Starting 17 January 2022, SQ323 will operate three times weekly as a designated VTL flight from Amsterdam to Singapore.

Amsterdam – Singapore
19 October 2021 – 30 October 2021
SQ329Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday11:15am – 5:55am (+1)Airbus A350-900
2 November 2021 – 16 January 2022
SQ329Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday10:25am – 5:55am (+1)Airbus A350-900
17 January 2022 – 27 March 2022
SQ329Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday10:25am – 5:55am (+1) Airbus A350-900
SQ323Monday, Wednesday, Sunday10:25am – 5:55am (+1) Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

All other flights between The Netherlands and Singapore are non-VTL flights.

 

South Korea

Seoul – Singapore

SQ601 and SQ607 operate thrice weekly as the designated VTL flights from Seoul to Singapore.

Seoul – Singapore
16 November 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ601Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday4:35pm – 10:20pmBoeing 787-10
SQ607Wednesday, Friday, Sunday10:30am – 4:15pmBoeing 787-10

*All times are local

 

Sri Lanka

Colombo – Singapore

From 16 December 2021, SQ469 will operate daily as the designated VTL flight from Colombo to Singapore.

Colombo – Singapore
16 December 2021 – 27 March 2022
SQ469Daily12:45am – 7:15amAirbus A350-900

*All times are local

 

Switzerland

Zurich – Singapore

SQ345 operates daily as the designated VTL flights from Zurich to Singapore.

Zurich – Singapore
8 November 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ345Daily10:35am – 6:00am (+1)Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

 

Thailand

Bangkok – Singapore

From 14 December 2021, SIA will operate 14 weekly VTL flights from Bangkok to Singapore. SQ705 and SQ707 will operate daily.

Bangkok – Singapore
14 December 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ705Daily9:50am – 1:15pmAirbus A350-900
SQ707Daily12:15pm – 3:45pmAirbus A350-900

*All times are local

All other flights between Bangkok and Singapore are non-VTL flights. 

 

Turkey

Istanbul – Singapore

From 16 December 2021, SQ391 will operate thrice weekly as the designated VTL flight from Istanbul to Singapore. 

Istanbul – Singapore
16 December 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ391Monday, Thursday, Saturday2:25pm – 5:45am (+1)Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

 

The United States of America (USA) and Canada

New York – Singapore

SQ23 operates daily as the designated VTL flight from New York to Singapore. Starting from 17 January 2022, SQ25 will operate daily as an additional designated VTL flight from New York through Frankfurt to Singapore. 

New York – Singapore
19 October 2021 – 30 October 2021
SQ23New York – Singapore Daily10:30pm – 5:20am (+2)Airbus A350-900ULR
31 October 2021 – 16 January 2022
SQ23New York – SingaporeDaily9.40pm – 5:20am (+2)Airbus A350-900ULR
17 January 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ23New York – Singapore Daily9:40pm – 5:20am (+2) Airbus A350-900ULR
SQ25New York – Frankfurt Daily8:15pm – 9:50am (+1) Boeing 777-300ER
SQ25Frankfurt – Singapore Daily11:40am – 6:50am (+1) Boeing 777-300ER

*All times are local

 

Los Angeles – Singapore

SQ37 and SQ39 operate as the designated VTL flights from Los Angeles to Singapore.

Los Angeles – Singapore
19 October 2021 – 30 October 2021
SQ37Daily11:20pm – 7:30am (+2)Airbus A350-900
31 October 2021 – 6 December 2022
SQ37Daily10:25pm – 8:15am (+2)Airbus A350-900
7 December 2021 – 21 December 2021
SQ37Daily10:25pm – 8:15am (+2)Airbus A350-900
SQ39Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday8:10pm – 6:00am (+2)Airbus A350-900
22 December 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ37Daily10:25pm – 8:15am (+2)Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

 

 

Houston – Manchester – Singapore

Starting from 19 January 2022, SQ51 will operate as the designated VTL flight from Houston through Manchester to Singapore. 

Houston – Manchester – Singapore
19 January 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ51Houston – Manchester Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 6:50pm – 9:30am (+1) Airbus A350-900
SQ51 Manchester –Singapore Monday, Thursday, Saturday 11:00am – 7:55am (+1) Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

 

 

San Francisco – Singapore

SQ33 operates daily as the designated VTL flight from San Francisco to Singapore.

San Francisco – Singapore
20 October 2021 – 30 October 2021
SQ33Daily10:05pm – 5:45am (+2)Airbus A350-900ULR
31 October 2021 – 26 March 2022
SQ33Daily8:50pm – 6:25am (+2)Airbus A350-900ULR

*All times are local

 

Seattle – Vancouver – Singapore

Starting 4 December 2021, SQ29 will operate twice weekly as the designated VTL flight from Seattle/Vancouver to Singapore. SQ27 will also start operating as a designated VTL flight from Seattle/Vancouver to Singapore from 18 January 2022. 

Seattle – Vancouver – Singapore
4 December 2021 – 17 January 2022
SQ29Seattle - VancouverThursday, Saturday11:00am – 11:45amAirbus A350-900
SQ29Vancouver - SingaporeThursday, Saturday1:15pm – 10:05pm (+1)Airbus A350-900
18 January 2022 – 25 March 2022
SQ29Seattle – Vancouver Thursday, Saturday11:00am – 11:45am Airbus A350-900
SQ29Vancouver – Singapore Thursday, Saturday 1:15pm – 10:05pm (+1) Airbus A350-900
SQ27Seattle – Vancouver Tuesday, Friday 11:00am – 11:45am Airbus A350-900
SQ27Vancouver – Singapore Tuesday, Friday 1:15pm – 10:05pm (+1) Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

All other flights between the United States of America, Canada and Singapore are non-VTL flights.

 

The United Kingdom (UK)

London – Singapore

SQ317 and SQ321 operate as the designated VTL flights from London to Singapore.Starting from 17 January 2022, SQ319 will also operate daily as a designated VTL flight from London to Singapore.

London – Singapore
19 October 2021 – 30 October 2021
SQ317Daily11:25am – 7:30am (+1)Boeing 777-300ER
31 October 2021 – 18 November 2021
SQ317Daily10:55am – 7:50am (+1)Boeing 777-300ER
19 November 2021 – 8 December 2021
SQ317Daily10:55am – 7:50am (+1)Airbus A380-800
9 December 2021 – 22 December 2021
SQ317Daily10:55am – 7:50am (+1)Airbus A380-800
SQ321Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday10:05pm – 7:00pm (+1)Airbus A350-900
23 December 2021 – 16 January 2022
SQ317Daily10:55am – 7:50am (+1)Airbus A380-800
17 January 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ317Daily10:55am – 7:50am (+1) Airbus A380-800
SQ319Daily8:35pm – 5:30pm (+1) Boeing 777-300ER

*All times are local

 

Manchester – Singapore

Starting from 20 January 2022, SQ51 will operate as the designated VTL flight from Manchester to Singapore. 

Manchester – Singapore
20 January 2022 – 26 March 2022
SQ51Monday, Thursday, Saturday 11:00am – 7:55am (+1) Airbus A350-900

*All times are local

All other flights between the United Kingdom and Singapore are non-VTL flights.

 

Customers with existing bookings


If you have booked a ticket between Singapore and any VTL country, we will notify you if your flight has been designated a VTL flight.

You have the option to be reaccommodated onto non-VTL flights if you do not meet the VTL requirements. Please note that passengers travelling on non-VTL flights must meet the entry requirements for Singapore, and will have to serve quarantine. 

For direct bookings with us, you can also request for a rebooking or refund through our Assistance Request Form. If you had booked through a travel agency or partner airlines, please contact them directly. 

If you require assistance from Singapore Airlines and had purchased your VTL flight directly from us, you may use our Assistance Request Form to reach out to us. If the matter is urgent, please reach out to your local Singapore Airlines office.  

All other customers who booked through a travel agency or partner airline, are requested to contact them directly for assistance. 

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 issued by any country. They must also take a pre-departure Covid-19 test and obtain a negative result two days before their flight, and meet all entry requirements of their destination country. The pre-departure Covid-19 test is not required fotransit passengers with a 14-day travel history to Category I countries/regions. 

Please note that travellers flying on VTL flights between Singapore and Malaysia cannot transit to and from a third international destination. 

Transfers to and from India via Singapore are also not allowed until further notice due to regulatory requirements.     

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