Friday, January 28, 2022

Singapore Airlines Begins Flight Operations From India Through VTL

Singapore Airlines, the flag carrier airline of Singapore, said it has started the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights between India and Singapore which was temporarily suspended last month due to restrictions.

Notably, the Singapore Airlines had stopped accepting new bookings for all VTL flights from India to Singapore that were scheduled between 23 December 2021 and 20 January 2022. 

Now starting from 21 January 2022, the air passengers from India are again allowed to book Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights for quarantine-free travel into Singapore. 

It must be noted that the Singapore Airlines at present operates only 3 VTL flights to Singapore from India. These are SQ403 (ex DEL), SQ423 (ex BOM) & SQ529 (ex MAA). And the other SIA flights from India are non-VTLs.

As per the updates, the Singapore Airlines at present operates selected VTL flights from Delhi, Mumbai, and Chennai. The reports suggested that Vistara is operating VTL flights from Mumbai, while Chennai only operates one VTL flight, which SIA operates. Delhi has one VTL flight and rest all are non-VTL flights.


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