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SIA Group expands VTL services

by on February 17, 2022
 

The Singapore Airlines Group expands its VTL services (Vaccinated Travel Lane), adding new destinations and increased flight frequencies.

VTL services, new and expanded

The Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group will expand its Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) network to 47 cities from 25 countries in the coming weeks. Singapore Airlines will progressively add Dubai, Hong Kong, Manila, New York (Newark), and Phuket from 25th February 2022.

In addition, SIA will lift frequencies for flights between Singapore and several existing VTL destinations. These are Bandar Seri Begawan, Colombo, Male, and Phnom Penh. Scoot, SIA’s low-cost subsidiary, will progressively include Chiang Mai, Cebu, Clark, Davao, Hong Kong, Jeddah, Krabi, London (Gatwick) and Phuket to its VTL network. Scoot will also increase its frequency for services between Singapore and Phuket.  More details on these flights can be found below.

Please note Flights to Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), will return to full capacity after a temporary suspension and their only land connection to Johor Bahru, will open for VTL services from 22nd February.

Information on SIA’s VTL flights can be found on their dedicated VTL page. This page will also give you links to the requirements in destination countries.

Please refer to the full SIA flight schedule, including for non-VTL flights when making your bookings.

New VTL services

SCOOT dedicated VTL services

schedules are subject to change in accordance with the latest travel regulations

Route Flight No Starting Date Services per week Aircraft type Additional Info
Cebu to Singapore TR385 4th Mar 4 X weekly Airbus A321neo
8th Mar 5 X weekly
Chiang Mai to Singapore TR677 & TR675 5th Mar 4 X weekly Airbus A320neo
Clark to Singapore TR387 4th Mar daily Airbus A320
Davao to Singapore TR361 4th Mar 3 X weekly Airbus A321neo
Hong Kong to Singapore TR981 25th Feb daily Boeing 787-9
London (Gatwick) to Singapore via Bangkok TR753 22nd Mar 3 X weekly Boeing 787-8
Jeddah to Singapore TR9597 24th Feb 3 X weekly Boeing 787-8
Krabi to Singapore TR689 4th Mar 3 X weekly Airbus A320neo
Phuket to Singapore TR653 4th Mar daily Airbus A320 currently 3 X weekly

Singapore Airlines dedicated VTL services

schedules are subject to change in accordance with the latest travel regulations

Dubai to Singapore SQ495 24th Feb daily Airbus A350-900 medium haul The inaugural VTL flight SQ495 departs Dubai on 24th Feb arriving Singapore on 25th Feb.
Hong Kong to

Singapore

SQ883 and SQ895 25th Feb 2 X daily Airbus A350-900 or Boeing 777-300ER aircraft depends on flight schedule
Manila to Singapore SQ915, SQ917, SQ919 & SQ921 4th Mar 24 X weekly Airbus A350-900 medium haul All flights between Manila and Singapore
27th Mar 28 X weekly
Newark Liberty International Airport to Singapore SQ21 27th Mar daily Airbus A350-900 ultra long range In addition to the existing 2 X daily VTL flight from New York’s John F Kennedy Airport to Singapore.
Phuket to Singapore SQ727 & SQ735 4th Mar 2 X daily B 737-8
27th Mar – 31st May 3 X daily
1st Jun to 30th Sept 4 X daily
1st Oct 5 X daily

Frequency increase in existing SIA VTL services

Route Flight No Currently Starting Date extra Services per week Aircraft type
Brunei to Singapore SQ143 (VTL until 25th Mar)
SQ147 from 27th Mar
3 X weekly 9th Mar 2 additional flights Wed & Thurs 5 X weekly Boeing 737-8
Phuket to Singapore 1st -30th Apr (seasonal) 1 extra 4 X weekly
Colombo to Singapore SQ469 daily 1st Oct 2 additional flights Wed & Sat (SQ465) 9 X weekly SQ465 – B737-8
Q469 – A350-900 medium haul
Male to Singapore SQ437 10 X weekly
(3 X VTL)
4th Mar 4 additional 2 X daily
SQ437 (daily VTL)
Boeing 737-800NG
Phnom Penh to Singapore SQ153 daily 1st Jun SQ153

& SQ155

3 X daily Boeing 737-8

SIA Customers with Existing Bookings

SIA customers with existing bookings will be notified if their flight has been designated as a VTL flight. Those who do not meet the VTL requirements may choose to

  • rebook their flights or
  • request for a refund

This also applies to partially used tickets

Use the Singapore Airlines Assistance Request Form to submit the request. Travellers requiring urgent assistance may also call their local Singapore Airlines reservation office.

Customers with bookings made through a travel agency or partner airline must contact them directly for assistance.

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