Singapore last week announced the expansion of its Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTL) to include Finland, Sweden, Malaysia and today added India, Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia.
Passengers who wish not to end up in quarantine must travel to Singapore on specific VTL flights (no mixing of VTL and non-VTL passengers) and must have applied for Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP) need to be fully vaccinated and take a couple of PCR-RT tests.
You can access Singapore’s page for VTLs here.
Current and Upcoming VTL:
- [Active VTL Countries/Regions] Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Denmark1, Germany, France2, Italy, the Netherlands3, the Republic of Korea, Spain4, Switzerland, the United Kingdom5 and the United States6
- [For entry into Singapore from November 28 2021, 2359hrs, SGT] Finland, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Sweden
- [For entry into Singapore from December 5 2021, 2359hrs, SGT] Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates
Singapore has rapidly expanded these VTLs and now also with countries where Singapore Airlines doesn’t fly (Finland). So this is starting to look promising for travel intra-Asia in early 2022, with more countries opening up without quarantine or with a concise one.
There have been 24,000 VTL arrivals to Singapore by November 14, 2021, of which 9,600 have been Singapore nationals or residents.