International Flights Singapore Airlines stated it will start 10 more flights that would link Ahmedabad, Delhi, Chennai, Cochin, and Mumbai with Singapore.
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International Flights Latest News Today: Here reaches a piece of good news for the air passengers who would want to fly to Singapore in the coming month.
According to the details given by the airline, it will begin 10 more flights that would connect Ahmedabad, Delhi, Chennai, Cochin, and Mumbai with Singapore.
India to Singapore
The air passengers must take note that the additional flights from India to Singapore are non- Vaccinated Travel Lane flights and the passengers will be subject to 7-day home quarantine measures/Stay-Home Notice (SHN) in Singapore after their coming.
However, short-term visitors will not be permitted to enter Singapore on these flights unless they hold a valid approval of entry from the ICA.
As per the latest guidelines, the air passengers to enter Singapore quarantine-free, require to apply for a VTP and fly on designated VTL flights.
|Flight No.||Sector||Aircraft||Day of Operation||Departure/Arrival Time|
|SQ 423||Mumbai-Singapore (VTL)||A359M||Daily||23:35/07:30 (+1)|
|SQ 421||Mumbai-Singapore (non-VTL)||A359 M||Tue/Fri, Sun*||11:50/19:50|
|SQ 403||Delhi-Singapore (VTL)||B787-10||Daily||21:40/06:10 (+1)|
|SQ 401||Delhi-Singapore (non-VTL)||B787-10||Thu/Sun, Fri**||10:00/18:15|
|SQ 529||Chennai-Singapore (VTL)||B787-10||Daily||23:15/05:55 (+1)|
|SQ 525||Chennai-Singapore (non-VTL)||B737-8R||Fri/Sat/Sun***||10:30/17:20|
|SQ 517||Kolkata-Singapore (non-VTL)||B737-8R||Daily||22:50/05:25 (+1)|
|SQ 511||Bangalore-Singapore (non-VTL)||A359 M||Daily||23:10/06:10 (+1)|
|SQ 505||Ahmedabad-Singapore (non-VTL)||A359 M||Tue, Thu/Sun****||23:05/07:15 (+1)|
|SQ 535||Kochi-Singapore (non-VTL)||B737-8R||Daily*||23:05/06:10 (+1)|
|SQ 523||Hyderabad-Singapore (non-VTL)||B737-8R||Daily||22:55/06:00 (+1)|
Last month, Singapore Airlines had told it has begun the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights between India and Singapore which were temporarily suspended due to restrictions.
The airline had stopped accepting new bookings for all VTL flights from India that were scheduled between 23 December 2021 and 20 January 2022.
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And after 21 January 2022, the air passengers from India were allowed to book Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights for quarantine-free travel into Singapore.
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