Singapore and India have agreed to restart commercial aircraft service between the two countries on November 29, 2021.
Commercial passenger flights between India and Singapore will begin with six approved daily trips from Mumbai, Chennai, and Delhi, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). The service will be provided as part of the vaccinated travel lane (VTL) scheme, which was launched by the Singaporean government in September 2021 and allows for quarantine-free travel.
Airlines will be able to fly non-VTL flights between Singapore and India, according to the CAAS.
The CAAS, on the other hand, stated that “travelers flying into Singapore on non-VTL flights will be subject to the current public health” rules (which may be seen here: https://bit.ly/32n0Kcs).
“The airlines will announce the schedules for the VTL and non-VTL flights when ready,” read the CAAS statement.