Are You Traveling to Singapore from India? Here Are the Latest Rules

Are You Traveling to Singapore from India? Here Are the Latest Rules

Singapore has announced that it has eased entry and testing requirements for the vaccinated travel lane. Singapore has finally decided to relax travel rules for Indians. You can now travel to Singapore without having to go through mandatory quarantine. A statement released by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore stated: “To further facilitate commercial and interpersonal flows and provide greater convenience and choice for travelers, we will deepen our air links with Malaysia, Indonesia and India.”

Singapore offers flights from all Indian cities

Singapore Airlines has announced that it will operate flights from February 22 and travelers will see their travel history reduced from 14 days to 7 days. However, if you are traveling to Singapore on VTL flights, you will need to submit a negative PCR report with a test performed 48 hours prior to departure. Singapore resumes commercial flights with India under the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) facility. Six daily flights to Singapore will be made to Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai respectively. Additionally, non-LTV services will start from Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Kochi. Non-LTV services will also depart from Amritsar, Hyderabad and Tiruchirappalli.

Daily Singapore-India flights resume under the vaccinated travel lane

Partial resumption of commercial flights between two countries after the launch of VTL for non-quarantine travel for fully vaccinated travelers resumes. Indians are now able to travel to increasingly international destinations as countries relax travel rules. And guess what? Singapore is the latest addition to the list. Singapore has removed India and five other South Asian countries from its travel restriction list.

Travelers must be vaccinated with a WHO approved Jab

Travelers to Singapore must be vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the World Health Organization (WHO). The Singapore government’s VTL scheme covers seven European countries, including Denmark, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Spain, the United Kingdom and Germany along with the United States and Canada.

The Asian countries to be included in this list are Brunei, South Korea, India, and Indonesia. Meanwhile, a senior Indian government official reportedly said: “Relevant ministries will work to resolve concerns, but there is currently nothing formally to say on the matter.

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