From February 22, the Singapore government is reducing entry and testing requirements for vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) passengers.
However, people from India must pass a negative PCR test report or rapid antigen test that takes no more than 48 hours.
According to Singapore Airlines (SIA), the travel time of fully vaccinated passengers traveling to Singapore on VTL flights departing from Chennai, Delhi, and Mumbai will be reduced from 14 to 7 days.
LTV Flight Authorization
According to the SIA, travelers must have no travel experience (including transit) outside of LTV countries/regions or outside of countries/regions listed in Category I in the last seven days, i.e. H. Macau, Mainland China, and Taiwan of the Singapore Ministry of Health. . .
A statement released by the SIA said: “If the traveler has been in Singapore within the last seven days, they may need to remain in Singapore to fulfill that seven-day travel history.”
Secondly, long-term passport holders no longer have to apply for a vaccination certificate (VTP). Testing requirements for entering Singapore will also be relaxed, according to the statement.
A test notice will be sent to passengers along with a web link to book tests upon entry into Singapore. If the above antigen test is negative, no further testing is required.
Singapore Airlines currently operates 52 flights to Singapore from eight cities in India.