Fully vaccinated passengers from all Indian cities can enter Singapore without going through mandatory quarantine from March 16, 2022. This also applies to visitors to Penang in Malaysia and Bali in Indonesia.

Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) announced a statement, "To further facilitate business and people-to-people flows and bring greater convenience and choice for travellers, we will deepen our air links with Malaysia, Indonesia and India. From 16 March 2022, the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) for Malaysia will extend beyond Kuala Lumpur to include Penang, starting with four daily flights each way between Singapore and Penang."

From 16 March 2022, VTL for Indonesia will expand beyond Jakarta to include Bali-Denpasar, starting with two daily flights from Bali-Denpasar to Singapore. 

VTL for India will expand beyond Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai to cover all Indian cities. Airlines that plan to operate from these points under VTL may submit their plans for specified flights to the CAAS for approval.

List of countries added in new VTL's

CAAS is also going to launch new VTL for Greece and Vietnam. With the addition of Greece, we will establish two-way quarantine-free travel with all countries in Europe that have direct flights to Singapore. From 15 March 2022, Vietnam plans to reopen its borders to international tourism. 

CAAS said that with the launch of VTL from Vietnam, we will restore two-way quarantine-free travel with Vietnam, which was a popular destination for many Singaporeans.


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