Vistara, the leading full-service carrier of India and a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines has recently announced that it will operate its flights from Delhi to Singapore as Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights starting from 12th March 2022.
The announcement comes after the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has extended the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) to more cities in India. Furthermore, the CAAS said that the VTL for India will also extend beyond Chennai, Delhi, and Mumbai to include all Indian cities.
As per the announcement made by Vistara, it will convert its weekly flight, UK115 which operates from Delhi (01:45) to Singapore (10:00) from Non-VTL to the Vaccinated Travel Lane flight. Besides, the airline will also increase the frequency from weekly to twice a week.
Vistara VTL Flights From Delhi-Singapore
Under the Vaccinated Travel Lane fully vaccinated travelers can enter Singapore without any quarantine if they present negative results from pre-departure and on-arrival Covid-19 test and also meet all eligibility requirements set by Singapore Govt.
Singapore Airlines, Scoot to Convert All Flights From India to VTL Services
Apart from Vistara, Singapore Airlines the national carrier of Singapore and its low-cost subsidiary Scoot will convert all flights from India to Singapore to vaccinated travel lane (VTL) services.
Singapore airline in a statement said, “While existing daily VTL flights will continue to operate from Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai, all of SIA India flights that arrive in Singapore from March 16, 2022, will progressively operate as VTL services”
This also includes Singapore Airlines flights from Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kochi, and Kolkata.
Similarly, Scoot will convert non-VTL routes from Amritsar, Coimbatore, Trivandrum, Tiruchirappalli, and Visakhapatnam to VTL services over time.