Singapore Airlines Adds Ten Flights Connecting Singapore and India From March 27
The new Singapore-India flights are non-Vaccinated Travel Lane flights, which means that the passengers will have to undertake a seven-day home quarantine in Singapore after their arrival.
- Singapore Airlines has announced additional flights between India and Singapore from March 27, 2022.
- The new Singapore-India flights are non-Vaccinated Travel Lane flights.
- Singapore Airlines will add seven Airbus A350 freighters to its fleet.
Singapore Airlines has launched additional flights between India and Singapore starting from March 27, 2022. The airline is adding ten flights to India to Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Delhi, Cochin and Chennai. The new Singapore-India flights are non-vaccinated Travel Lane flights, which means that the passengers will have to undertake a seven-day home quarantine in Singapore after their arrival. Travellers may also note that the short-term visitors will not be allowed to enter Singapore on the newly announced flights unless they hold a valid approval of entry from the ICA. Passengers who wish to travel to Singapore without the seven-day quarantine can apply for Vaccinated Travel Lane pass (VTP) and fly on such designated flights. Singapore has temporarily suspended Vaccinated Travel Lane arrangements due to rising Omicron cases.
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