Changi Airport Travel VTL

Full list of Vaccinated Travel Lane flights to Singapore

Planning a quarantine-free arrival in Singapore from the latest list of VTL-approved countries?

You'll need to book a designated flight on one of nine different airlines.

Updated: 20th October 2021

  • British Airways increases to daily London – Singapore VTL flights from 10th January 2022.
  • Korean Air Seoul – Singapore designated VTL flights announced.
  • Additional Asiana Seoul – Singapore designated VTL flights announced through to 31st January 2022.

Singapore recently announced its first major expansion for the quarantine-free Vaccinated Travel Lanes it originally set up in September, as pilot programmes with Brunei and Germany, with nine more countries joining the eligible list.

We covered the announcement in some detail, but in case you missed the news it will be soon possible to travel from 11 countries and forgo any arrival quarantine or SHN, provided you are fully vaccinated and clear a pre-departure and on-arrival COVID-19 test.

Singapore Vaccinated Travel Lanes

Already Running 🇧🇳 Brunei
🇩🇪 Germany
🇨🇦 Canada
🇩🇰 Denmark
🇫🇷 France
🇮🇹 Italy
🇳🇱 Netherlands
🇪🇸 Spain
🇬🇧 UK*
🇺🇸 USA
From 15 Nov 🇰🇷 South Korea

* The UK includes England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, but not the Republic of Ireland

VTL designated flights

One of the more complex parts of the VTL scheme is the requirement to travel only on non-stop designated flights between a VTL country and Singapore. This reduces risk, in the eyes of Singapore authorities at least, by ensuring that all passengers arriving on the scheme are not only tested before departure, but are also fully vaccinated.

(Image: Singapore Airlines)

From 19th October it will be possible to transit in another VTL country from a non-designated flight, but your final leg to Singapore must still be on a VTL service.

For example, you will be able to fly from Edinburgh, UK to Amsterdam, Netherlands on easyJet, then take a VTL-designated flight with KLM or Singapore Airlines non-stop to Singapore, and still benefit from quarantine-free arrival if you meet the other VTL criteria.

Singapore Vaccinated Travel Lanes

Key Features

  • Must be fully vaccinated with a WHO-approved vaccine in Singapore or any VTL country
  • Must have an accepted digital proof of vaccination
  • Must have remained in a VTL country and/or Singapore for the last 14 days
  • Travel to Singapore on designated ‘VTL flights’
  • Unvaccinated children aged 12 or below are eligible when travelling with fully vaccinated adults
  • Visitors and Singapore pass holders must apply for a VTP in advance
  • Pre-departure and on-arrival COVID-19 PCR tests replace quarantine / Stay-Home Notice in Singapore
  • Children aged 2 or below are exempt from testing

You can travel to VTL countries on any flight

You won’t find any VTL designated flights from Singapore to a VTL country, because the requirement only applies to those arriving in Singapore.

If you’re based in Singapore and taking an overseas trip to a VTL country, you should take a nonstop flight or transit only in other VTL countries en-route, to keep your 14-day travel history ‘clean’ for your return journey eligibility (unless your stay in VTL countries will be more than 14 days).

You should only transit in non-VTL countries more than 14 days before your VTL departure to Singapore, so it works only for Singapore residents taking longer trips or visitors returning home from Singapore. (Photo: Dubai Airports)

If you’re based overseas and are visiting Singapore using the VTL, it doesn’t matter what flight you take at the end of your trip to return home, subject to the prevailing arrival restrictions (based on travel history) of your destination country.

The full list

At least 60 VTL flights will be touching down at Changi each week, a significant hike compared to the 10 weekly services initially operating as part of the pilot scheme.

The nine airlines operating VTL designated flights are:

Passenger totals will be capped at 3,000 per day, though there currently aren’t enough services planned to reach this limit, even if all flights were full (average 2,270 seats per day by mid-November).

Air France is operating Boeing 787s with Zodiac Cirrus seats on its Paris – Singapore VTL flights. (Photo: Air France)

Here are the details we have so far for the specific VTL approved flights, with confirmed schedules now published by all nine carriers on a total of 17 VTL routes.

Our analysis also includes the important non-VTL services you can travel on as a returning Singapore resident for each route, under regular SHN requirements, but that you’ll need to avoid when using the VTL.

Amsterdam Singapore

19th October 2021 – 31st October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ329
A350-900
AMS
11:15
SIN

05:55*

* Next day

1st November 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ329
A350-900
AMS
10:25
SIN

05:55*
KL833
777-300ER
         
AMS
21:05
SIN

15:30*

* Next day

Amsterdam Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ323 services (Mon, Wed, Sun) are not designated VTL flights.
  • KL835/837/839 services (Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun) are not designated VTL flights.

Barcelona Singapore

Note that this service operates via Milan, with a 1 hour 10 minute transit stop en-route to Singapore.

19th October 2021 – 30th October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ379
A350-900
BCN
10:15
SIN

07:00*

* Next day

31st October 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ379
A350-900
BCN
09:50
SIN

07:35*

* Next day

Barcelona Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ377 services (Wed, Fri) are not designated VTL flights.

Berlin Singapore

19th October 2021 – 31st October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
TR735
787-8
BER
11:20
SIN

05:40*

* Next day

1st November 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
TR735
787-8
BER
10:45
SIN

05:45*

* Next day

Berlin Singapore
Non-VTL

  • TR723 services via Athens (Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun) are not designated VTL flights.

Brunei Singapore

15th September 2021 – 31st October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
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A320
BWN
09:15
SIN

11:20
 bgcolor= SQ143
737-800
           
BWN
12:05
SIN

14:15
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A320
           
BWN
18:20
SIN

20:25

1st November 2021 – 31st December 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
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A320
BWN
09:15
SIN

11:20
 bgcolor= SQ143
737-800
           
BWN
12:05
SIN

14:15
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A320
           
BWN
18:30
SIN

20:35

1st January 2022 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
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A320
BWN
09:15
SIN

11:20
This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Royal_Brunei_small.png BI423
A320
           
BWN
18:30
SIN

20:35

Brunei Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ147 services (operating days vary) are not designated VTL flights.
  • Singapore Airlines will not operate any VTL flights on this route after 27th October 2021.

Copenhagen Singapore

19th October 2021 – 31st October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ353
A350-900
CPH
12:20
SIN

06:20*

* Next day

1st November 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ353
A350-900
CPH
12:30
SIN

07:30*

* Next day

Copenhagen Singapore
Non-VTL

  • Until 31 Oct, SQ351 services (Mon, Wed, Sat) are not designated VTL flights.
  • From 1 Nov, SQ351 services (Wed, Sat) are not designated VTL flights.

Frankfurt Singapore

19th October 2021 – 30th October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ325
777-300ER
FRA
22:00
SIN

16:25*
LH778
A340-300
         
FRA
21:55
SIN

16:45*

* Next day

31st October 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ325
777-300ER
FRA
21:55
SIN

17:15*
LH778
A340-300
         
FRA
21:15
SIN

17:00*

* Next day

Lufthansa is loading its Boeing 747-8 aircraft on its flights between Frankfurt and Singapore from mid-January 2022, though this remains subject to confirmation closer to the time.

Frankfurt Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ25 services (Daily) are not designated VTL flights.
  • LH778 services (Tue) are not designated VTL flights.

London Singapore

19th October 2021 – 30th October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ317
777-300ER
LHR
11:25
SIN

07:30*
BA11
777-300ER
     
LHR
19:55
SIN

16:25*

* Next day

31st October 2021 – 18th November 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ317
777-300ER
LHR
10:55
SIN

07:50*
BA11
777-300ER
     
LHR
18:50
SIN

15:55*/
16:15*

* Next day

19th November 2021 – 9th January 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ317
A380
LHR
10:55
SIN

07:50*
BA11
777-300ER
     
LHR
18:50
SIN

15:55*/
16:15*

* Next day

10th January 2022 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ317
A380
LHR
10:55
SIN

07:50*
BA11
777-300ER
LHR
18:50
SIN

15:55*

* Next day

London Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ305/319 services (Daily) are not designated VTL flights.
  • British Airways is not offering any non-VTL flights.

Los Angeles Singapore

19th October 2021 – 30th October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ37
A350-900
LAX
23:20
SIN

07:30*

* Two days later

31st October 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ37
A350-900
LAX
22:25
SIN

08:15*

* Two days later

Los Angeles Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ11 to Singapore via Tokyo (Mon, Wed, Fri) are not designated VTL flights.

Milan Singapore

19th October 2021 – 30th October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ379
A350-900
MXP
13:00
SIN

07:00*

* Next day

31st October 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ379
A350-900
MXP
12:40
SIN

07:35*

* Next day

Milan Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ377 services (Wed, Fri) are not designated VTL flights.

Munich Singapore

19th October 2021 – 31st October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ331
A350-900
MUC
13:15
SIN

07:05*

* Next day

1st November 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ331
A350-900
MUC
13:15
SIN

07:55*

* Next day

Munich Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ327 services (Tue, Fri, Sun) are not designated VTL flights.
  • LH790 services (Mon, Wed, Sat from 1 Dec, Daily from 17 Jan) are not designated VTL flights.

New York Singapore

19th October 2021 – 30th October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ23
A350-900 ULR
JFK
22:30
SIN

05:20*

* Two days later

31st October 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ23
A350-900 ULR
JFK
21:40
SIN

05:20*

* Two days later

New York Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ25 to Singapore via Frankfurt (Daily) are not designated VTL flights.

Paris Singapore

20th October 2021 – 30th October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ337
777-300ER
   
CDG
12:00
SIN

06:50*
AF256
787-9
         
CDG
21:05
SIN

15:55*

* Next day

31st October 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ337
777-300ER
   
CDG
10:40
SIN

06:15*
AF256
787-9
         
CDG
21:00
SIN

16:35*

* Next day

Air France will also operate an additional VTL flight from Paris to Singapore, AF256, on Tuesday 4th January 2022.

Paris Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ335 services (Tue, Thu, Sat) are not designated VTL flights.
  • AF208/256 services (Tue) are not designated VTL flights.

Rome Singapore

Note that this service operates via Copenhagen, with a 1 hour 20 minute transit stop en-route to Singapore.

19th October 2021 – 31st October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ353
A350-900
FCO
08:35
SIN

06:20*

* Next day

1st November 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ353
A350-900
FCO
08:40
SIN

07:30*

* Next day

Rome Singapore
Non-VTL

  • Until 31 Oct, SQ351 services (Mon, Wed, Sat) are not designated VTL flights.
  • From 1 Nov, SQ351 services (Wed, Sat) are not designated VTL flights.

San Francisco Singapore

20th October 2021 – 30th October 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ33
A350-900 ULR
SFO
22:05
SIN

05:45*

* Two days later

31st October 2021 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ33
A350-900 ULR
SFO
20:50
SIN

06:25*

* Two days later

San Francisco Singapore
Non-VTL

  • SQ7 to Singapore via Hong Kong (Tue, Thu, Sat) are not designated VTL flights.

Seattle Singapore

Note that this service operates via Vancouver, with a 1 hour 30 minute transit stop en-route to Singapore.

2nd December 2021 – 15th February 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ29
A350-900
SEA
11:00
SIN

22:05*

* Next day

Seattle Singapore
Non-VTL

  • None

Seoul Singapore

Note that Korean Air flights are still being loaded into the reservations system as of 19th October.

15th November 2021 – 30th November 2021

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ607
787-10
ICN
10:50
SIN

16:15
OZ751
A330-300
       
ICN
16:20
SIN

21:55
 bgcolor= SQ601
787-10
       
ICN
16:35
SIN

22:20
KE645
777-300ER / 787-9
       
ICN
18:35
SIN

00:10*

* Next day

1st December 2021 – 31st December 2021

(Asiana increases to 6x weekly VTL)

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ607
787-10
ICN
10:50
SIN

16:15
OZ751
A330 / A350
     
ICN
16:20
SIN

21:55
 bgcolor= SQ601
787-10
       
ICN
16:35
SIN

22:20
KE645
777-300ER / 787-9
       
ICN
18:35
SIN

00:10*

* Next day

1st January 2022 – 31st January 2022

(Asiana switches to A350-900)

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ607
787-10
ICN
10:50
SIN

16:15
OZ751
A350-900
     
ICN
16:20
SIN

21:55
 bgcolor= SQ601
787-10
       
ICN
16:35
SIN

22:20
KE645
777-300ER / 787-9
       
ICN
18:35
SIN

00:10*

* Next day

1st February 2022 – 26th March 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ607
787-10
ICN
10:50
SIN

16:15
 bgcolor= SQ601
787-10
       
ICN
16:35
SIN

22:20
KE645
777-300ER / 787-9
       
ICN
18:35
SIN

00:10*
Asiana Designated VTL flights not yet announced.
Check back for updates.

* Next day

Seoul Singapore
Non-VTL

  • OZ751 (Sat) is not a designated VTL flight.
  • KE643 (Sun) is not a designated VTL flight.

Vancouver Singapore

2nd December 2021 – 15th February 2022

  Days
M T W T F S S
 bgcolor= SQ29
A350-900
YVR
13:15
SIN

22:05*

* Next day

Vancouver Singapore
Non-VTL

  • None

Transit passengers can travel on VTL flights

From 19th October, passengers transiting at Changi to a further final destination will be allowed to take designated VTL flights.

This is a slight change from the current version of the VTL, where only point-to-point passengers can board designated VTL services.

VTL flights are open to fully vaccinated transit passengers from 19th October

If you’re booked on a designated VTL flight but are transiting in Changi, you can therefore still retain your booking and travel on the flight (on or after 19th October), provided you are fully vaccinated and comply with the pre-departure testing requirements.

Pre-departure testing is a requirement for transiting at Changi anyway, for those originating in all current and upcoming VTL countries, so it’s only the full vaccination requirement that’s new here.

Transit passengers flying on VTL designated flights are exempt from on-arrival testing at Changi Airport.

If your transit flight through Changi has become a VTL service and you have unvaccinated travellers in your booking (e.g. young children), you’ll need to contact your airline to arrange an alternative.

Summary

One part of the VTL we had hoped might become a thing of the past as the scheme was expanded is the designated flight concept, which is complex for travellers who must ensure they book to fly to Singapore on an eligible service, and cumbersome for the airlines to administrate.

Unfortunately it looks like the format is here to stay, and we should at least be thankful for the cut in post-arrival testing since 19th October.

The airlines will also be happy that fully vaccinated transit passengers can now travel on VTL services, saving a lot of rebooking worries.

Scoot is the only airline offering VTL designated flights from Berlin to Singapore

We’ll be keeping this page up to date as new VTL flights are added and formally announced, so do bookmark it for future reference since some routes benefit from more than one airline option.

For example if you need to fly to Singapore from Amsterdam on a Monday, there is no Singapore Airlines option, but you can travel on KLM.

The daily passenger arrival cap of 3,000 seems a bit arbitrary at the moment, since it would not be reached even if all VTL flights arriving in Singapore were filled to capacity.

While we are still awaiting schedules for Asiana and Korean Air to be confirmed, even daily VTL services by these carriers probably still wouldn’t be enough to bust the limit (and let’s face it – not all flights will be full).

(Cover Photo: British Airways)

52 comments

    1. LH239 is not a designated VTL flight though. You can take any flight between VTL countries and then connect non-stop to Singapore on a designated VTL flight (in this case, SQ325).

      There are thousands of permutations for intra-VTL zone connectivity prior to taking a VTL flight to SIN. Impossible to cover here!

  1. sianz, got family in SF and bet my luck on returning SQ33 end of the year… bad luck indeed. but i thought more SG community in the Bay area than SoCal?

    1. Yes many readers in the same boat! Obviously SIA does have to retain non-VTL flights from US to Singapore for those not eligible (e.g. families with young children), but it’s a shame they have done so quite “simplistically” on the USA flights.

      LAX and SFO could have shared some VTL / non-VTL in my view.

      1. Not sure how they assign rights to VTL flights but I imagine United could add some VTL flights if it wanted that it would presumably use for SFO-SIN.

      2. Families with young children are able to take VTL flights. There was an update just today. Unvaccinated children under the age of 12 are able to travel on VTL flights as long as they are accompanied by a vaccinated traveller who meets all requirements.

    1. I certainly hope so (case rates there are lower than the UK and full vaccination is much higher 🤷‍♂️)

      For now they seem to be prioritising countries with non-stop flights to Singapore, so maybe that’s the reason.

    1. Correct you would then need to return via Cat 2 requirements on a non-VTL flight. Unless your trip in VTL countries is > 14 days, then you can fly back to SIN on the VTL.

  2. Wow nicely presented thanks for the effort with this useful page

    Need British Airways flights to come up for LHR to SIN any idea when?

    1. Still awaiting news on the designated BA flights. Lots of people are asking! We’ll be sure to update once it’s announced, including on Facebook / Telegram etc.

      1. Thanks for the great post! Any idea when BA might increase the number of services to SIN? We have a booking for Monday 20 Dec which we made ages ago but I now see BA isn’t flying on that day and they haven’t yet contacted us to cancel the flight.

      2. BA is operating VTL flights on Tue, Thu, Sat and Sun (BA11) from 19th October to 31st December. Maybe you can ask them to move to the Tuesday flight?

        No word on any additional services yet.

  3. Hi I’m going to Paris on the VTL flight
    Do I need to do PCR TEST in Paris on arrival
    Do I need to do PCR before departure and again on arrival in Singapore?

  4. Hi Andrew, I will be traveling with my wife from Amsterdam to Singapore(both of us are Singapore citizens) and I am still not sure what they(airport and flight) need from us. We are both fully vaccinated with Pfizier. Hope to hear from you. Thank you.

  5. Thanks for redirecting me to this article Andrew. I’m waiting to hear when BA will announce their designated VTL flights. Any reason for this delay? Makes no sense why they won’t want the business and there would no doubt be many people in the UK desperate to book!

    1. BA has advised me they are still finalising which flights will be VTL, and from what date.

      I imagine they were not given as much notice as SQ on this!

  6. Hi, If you arrive into Singapore on a VTL flight (KLM) and meet all requirements with vax and testing are you able to transit onto Thailand within a few hours but on a separate booking and airline? (Jetstar asia in this instance) Struggling to get my head around this part and worried we may be turned back at the airport, thank you!

  7. Hi

    Just wondering, for all the flight schedule listed above, which timezone should I follow? For instance, if I intend to book KL833 back to Singapore, should I book a Monday, 2105H flight or Sunday, 2105H? Also, in the event that there is a layover for example, I booked a flight for Monday 2105H which should qualify as a VTL flight but I need to layover 1 day in Amsterdam and only flight back on Tuesday at the same time, is it still a VTL flight?

    1. All departure days, dates and timings refer to the flight’s local departure time from the mentioned city.

      So KL833 is only VTL departing from Amsterdam at 21:05 on Mondays and Saturdays from 1 Nov.

    1. Yes for VTP applications it is a single entry approval from the day of intended entry for one week. You can change it if necessary.

  8. hi Andrew, great article! Thanks for sharing. But seems like this thing is stright forward though.

    We’ve been trying to get a flight from LHR back to SIN in Jan, but could not find VTL flight SQ317 listed (have both SQ305 and SQ319 available though). Tried this for every day from 5th to 8th Jan. Its either there’s an error in SIA booking system or the flights are fully booked!

    1. Yes they have ‘zeroed out’ availability on almost all SQ317 flights in early Jan. Those flights look quite full already! They will probably come back later once SQ decides on “an appropriate fare” for the last few seats!

      Seems like the London route could really benefit from two daily SQ VTL flights.

  9. i started looking into flights ever since the US was added to category 2 but got confused once the whole VTL business came up. for a SC/PR, is the only difference between using a VTL vs non-VTL that one doesn’t need to do a SHN upon arrival back in singapore? looking at flight prices/availabilities against my United miles, i’m considering the non-VTL route via non-SQ flights to the US and just doing a 7-day SHN at home. am i reading it correctly?

    1. If you return non-VTL (Category 2) the requirements are the same as for the VTL, with the addition of 7 days mandatory SHN at home and a Day 7 PCR test.

  10. Hi Andrew,

    Thank you for this post, it’s extremely detailed and your effort is appreciated. A question: what about flights *originating* from Singapore to the VTL countries? Do we know which flights have been approved for VTL originating from Singapore?

    Thanks!

  11. Hi Andrew,

    Great summary and well presented, been following the article and very useful!

    Just noticed that you’ve added BA VTL details for LHR-SIN but I still can’t find any official comms released so far. Just wanted to check if this has been confirmed (or if you have special sources 🙂 )? Been waiting eagerly for BA details since the VTL was expanded!

    1. Hi Ryan, thanks for your comment. Totally agree with you – very useful page. I also looked online for other sources and have not been able to find confirmation of the BA11 flight being VTL. Will try to call them today however if you could let us know, Andrew, that would be great!

      Thanks

      1. BA have added a trade support memo (https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/traveltrade/bookings-policies/policies/askba?faqid=8753) and updated their entry requirements page (https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/information/incident/coronavirus/entry-requirements) to imply that all their BA11 flights will operate as VTL. Strange that they haven’t done wider comms yet considering that some people with prior bookings may not be able to use the VTL and thus can no longer fly with them.

    1. I think they might be waiting to see how this pans out with a potential MAN-IAH restart before boxing themselves in to certain pax only on these flights. Let’s see!

  12. All:
    What is the best PCR test option (note 48 hours is very short when you consider 14 hour+ flight to Singapore)?
    I am in North Wales, btw.

  13. Thanks for the great article! I am still confused by WHO approved vaccines and eligibility in each country for VTL. For example Sinopharm is WHO approved but not EMA approved except in Spain, Netherlands, and Austria (but you not allowed in hotels etc there). It is allowed for entry into the States. Therefore, still very limited travel options as transit is considered entering the country or am I wrong?

  14. hi Andrew,
    Great article and site! Thanks for doing this to all of us. Do you have details on what happens to RTPCR test timings if our flight gets delayed. Some of the airlines and governments consider the original flight time but not sure about SG.

    1. I believe the original scheduled flight departure time is used as the reference.

      For long delays (e.g. flight rescheduled to the next day) I don’t know what they do!

  15. Hi Andrew,

    I am a Singaporean, travelling with my husband and one daughter with PR and one daughter with Dutch passport. We are all vaccinated in the Netherlands. When applying VTL pass for non SG/PR daughter, we were required to upload 2 QR codes but NL only issues a vaccination certificate with 1 QR code after both doses are completed. Only kept getting error messages and thus cannot submit for application. I have called many authorities in NL and SG but no one can provide a proper solution. Getting desperate as our flight is booked on 22 Oct, Clock is ticking. Does anyone can provide a tip or found a way to upload same QR twice? Thanks!

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