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  • Singapore Airlines And Scoot Open Up Entire Network To Fully Vaccinated Travellers From 1 April 2022

    Published on March 24, 2022

    Fully vaccinated travellers on all Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Scoot flights will enjoy quarantine-free entry into Singapore, without any on-arrival test or quarantine requirements, from 1 April 2022. This comes after the Singapore government simplified the travel protocols for entry into the country.

    This opens up the entire SIA and Scoot network to all eligible customers. Today, SIA and Scoot operate from 97 destinations in 34 countries to Singapore. Please see Annexe A for details on the SIA Group network. Please refer here for SIA’s flight schedules, and here for Scoot’s flight schedules.

    All fully vaccinated travellers are still required to take a pre-departure test and meet prevailing visa requirements.

    As a result, SIA and Scoot will no longer designate specific Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights from 1 April 2022. Existing customers who are currently booked on a VTL flight on or after 1 April 2022 may travel as planned. They need not make any changes to their booking.

    Travellers, regardless of vaccination status, will be allowed to transit through Singapore on almost all SIA and Scoot flights from 1 April 2022 as long as they meet the entry requirements of their final destination[1].

    Please find below a quote that can be attributed to a SIA spokesperson.

     “The SIA Group welcomes the latest measures to simplify travel protocols for entry into Singapore. This supports the goal of restoring Singapore’s position as a leading tourist destination and premier air hub. It will allow our customers to plan for their holidays, and reconnect families and loved ones, while also supporting the growing demand for business travel. We look forward to welcoming our customers on board our flights, where they will enjoy our warm hospitality and world class products and services. The SIA Group will continue to closely monitor travel demand, and increase our capacity and services accordingly.”

    Customers with Existing Bookings

    Customers who wish to make changes to their bookings are advised to do so via our website, where a variety of self-service options are available. Those who booked directly with SIA may also submit their requests through the Manage Booking option.

    For changes that are unavailable via the self-service options, customers may submit their requests via our Assistance Request Form. We will contact and assist them as soon as possible.

    Customers who have made bookings through a travel agency or partner airline are advised to contact them directly for assistance.

    We thank our customers for their patience and understanding as we manage the extremely high volume of enquiries during this time.

    SIA’s Safe and Seamless Travel with #SIAcares

    Singapore Airlines is committed to the well-being of our customers and has initiatives designed to protect your well-being, bring greater peace of mind, and give you confidence to travel without worries. More details can be found here.

    SIA looks forward to welcoming our customers on board our flights, where they will enjoy our world-class products and services. Customers can also travel in confidence with SIA, with the industry-leading health and safety measures that have been implemented and enhanced to ensure their well-being.

    The Singapore Airlines Group network

    RegionCountriesCities
    The AmericasCanadaVancouver
    The United States of AmericaHouston
    Los Angeles
    New York (JFK) New York (Newark) (SIA from 28 March 2022)
    San Francisco
    Seattle
    EuropeDenmarkCopenhagen
    GermanyBerlin (Scoot)
    Frankfurt
    Munich
    GreeceAthens (Scoot)
    ItalyMilan
    Rome
    FranceParis
    The NetherlandsAmsterdam
    SpainBarcelona
    SwitzerlandZurich
    TurkeyIstanbul
    The United KingdomLondon (Gatwick) (Scoot) London (Heathrow)
    Manchester
    North AsiaChina  Hong Kong SAR, China (SIA and Scoot)
    Guangzhou (Scoot)
    Chongqing
    Macao (Scoot)
    Shanghai
    Tianjin (Scoot)
    Shenzhen (SIA from 1 May 2022)
    Nanjing (Scoot from April 2022)
    Taipei, China (SIA and Scoot)
    South KoreaSeoul (SIA and Scoot)
    JapanFukuoka
    Tokyo (Haneda) Tokyo (Narita)
    Osaka
    Nagoya
    South East AsiaBruneiBandar Seri Begawan
    CambodiaPhnom Penh
    Siem Reap
    IndonesiaDenpasar (Bali) (SIA and Scoot)
    Jakarta (SIA and Scoot)
    Manado (Scoot)
    Surabaya (SIA and Scoot)
    Medan (SIA from 10 May 2022)
    MalaysiaKuala Lumpur (SIA and Scoot)
    Penang (SIA and Scoot)
    Ipoh (Scoot)
    Kuching (Scoot)
    Langkawi (Scoot)
    Miri (Scoot)
    LaosVientiane
    MyanmarYangon
    The PhilippinesCebu (Scoot only, SIA from 1 May 2022)
    Clark (Scoot)
    Davao (Scoot only, SIA from 1 May 2022)
    Manila (SIA and Scoot)
    ThailandBangkok (SIA and Scoot)
    Chiang Mai (Scoot)
    Hat Yai (Scoot from 2 April 2022)
    Krabi (Scoot)
    Phuket (SIA and Scoot)
    VietnamDa Nang
    Hanoi (SIA and Scoot)
    Ho Chi Minh City (SIA and Scoot)
    South West PacificAustraliaAdelaide
    Brisbane
    Cairns (SIA from 29 March 2022)
    Darwin (SIA from 29 March 2022)
    Gold Coast (Scoot)
    Melbourne (SIA and Scoot)
    Perth (SIA and Scoot)
    Sydney (SIA and Scoot)
    New ZealandAuckland
    Christchurch
    West Asia and AfricaIndiaAhmedabad
    Amritsar (Scoot)
    Bengaluru
    Chennai
    Coimbatore (Scoot)
    Delhi
    Hyderabad (SIA and Scoot)
    Kochi
    Kolkata
    Mumbai
    Tiruchirappalli (Scoot)
    Trivandrum (Scoot)
    Visakhapatnam (Scoot)
    BangladeshDhaka
    The MaldivesMale
    NepalKathmandu
    Saudi ArabiaJeddah (Scoot)
    South AfricaJohannesburg
    Cape Town
    Sri LankaColombo
    The United Arab EmiratesDubai

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