Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will each offer two flights every week to France and Netherlands respectively.
Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will each operate two weekly designated Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights to Singapore from Paris and Amsterdam.
From Oct 21, Air France will operate flights from Paris to Singapore every Thursday and Saturday until Oct 31, and every Friday and Saturday from Nov 1.
The KLM Royal Dutch Airlines VTL flights will start operating on Nov 1 from Amsterdam to Singapore every Monday and Saturday.
Travellers from other VTL countries are eligible to connect with Air France and KLM designated VTL flights in Paris and Amsterdam to Singapore. However, they must meet all VTL requirements.
As part of Singapore’s path towards a new normal, the VTL scheme makes travelling to Singapore easier as passengers now only need to complete two COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests and need not serve quarantine or a stay-home notice.
On Saturday (Oct 9), Singapore announced VTL arrangements with nine countries, including France and Netherlands.
Other countries part of the scheme are Germany, Brunei, South Korea, Canada, Denmark, Italy, Spain, UK and the US.
For more details regarding the VTL flight conditions, please visit the Safe Travel Website.
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