On 1st June, the late evening flight service, the SQ321, will make a return to London Heathrow, expanding Singapore Airlines’ offering from 21 weekly services to 28 weekly or four daily flights. This is followed by an addition to the flight service from Manchester Airport on 6th June to four weekly flights to Singapore and Houston, marking an encouraging resumption of the strength of Singapore Airlines’ network.
Complementing the boost in connectivity is Singapore Airlines’ offering of Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights for quarantine-free travel to Singapore for eligible vaccinated travellers. Customers can choose from three daily VTL flights from London Heathrow on either the mid-morning or two evening departures, whilst all passengers departing from Manchester benefit from VTL services.
The network of VTLs currently available to Singapore are from the following countries: Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, the Maldives, the Netherlands, Spain, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States.
VTL passengers must not have any travel history outside of Singapore or the agreed VTL countries in the 14 days prior to flying to Singapore. Transit passengers that meet the VTL travel requirements are also eligible to fly on VTL flights and seamlessly connect to onward destinations across the Singapore Airlines network.
Visit our website at Singaporeair.com to learn more about the requirements for flying to Singapore on a VTL service.