Saturday, 19 March 2022

Jetstar Asia to operate Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights to Singapore from Penang, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, and Denpasar.

Jetstar Asia has received approval to operate Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights to Singapore from Penang, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City, and Denpasar, expanding Jetstar’s VTL services to 13 destinations.

The new VTL services are on sale now and offer more opportunities for fully vaccinated customers to enjoy quarantine-free travel across the region and to incredible leisure destinations.

With Vietnam, Malaysia and Bali now allowing quarantine-free entry for vaccinated travellers, customers can now enjoy two-way quarantine-free travel from Singapore to these exciting destinations.

Jetstar Asia’s CEO, Bara Pasupathi, said this was yet another exciting step forward as Singapore continues to reopen and make international travel more accessible.

“With the gradual and safe easing of quarantine requirements, combined with replacing PCR tests with the less-costly ART, we are slowly removing the barriers to international travel, which in turn is helping restore consumer confidence,” Mr Pasupathi said.

“We know our customers have missed travelling to their favourite destinations over the last two years, not only for leisure and business, but importantly to reconnect with family and friends.

“We’re confident the safe relaxation of border measures, combined with our incredible low fares, will ensure international travel will once again be back on our customers’ radars.”

New Vaccinated Travel Lane Services:

RouteVTL commencesFlight NumberFrequency
Denpasar to Singapore27 March 20223K242Up to 3 services a week
Ho Chi Minh City to Singapore27 March 20223K556Up to 5 services a week
Penang to Singapore29 March 20223K676 / 3K678Up to 3 services a week 
Singapore to Penang29 March 20223K675 / 3K677Up to 3 services a week 
Da Nang to Singapore10 April 20223K542Up to 2 services a week

Full list below......


Jetstar Asia (3K) and Jetstar Airways (JQ) are operating the following designated Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) services:

 

Route

Flight Number

Frequency

Bangkok to Singapore

3K512, 514 and 3K516

Up to 5 services a week

Clark to Singapore

3K774, 3K776, 3K780

Up to six services a week

Danang to Singapore

3K542

Up to 2 services a week

Darwin to Singapore

3K162

Up to 4 services a week

Denpasar to Singapore

3K242

Up to 3 services a week

Ho Chi Minh City to Singapore

3K556

Up to 5 services a week

Kuala Lumpur to Singapore

3K684

Daily

Manila to Singapore

3K762, 3K766

Up to 7 services a week

Melbourne to Singapore

JQ7

Up to 4 services a week

Penang to Singapore

3K676/ 3K678

Up to 3 services a week

Perth to Singapore

3K132, 3K134

Up to 4 services a week

Phnom Penh to Singapore

3K592 and 3K594

Up to 5 services a week

Phuket to Singapore

3K536, 3K538

Up to 5 services a week

Singapore to Kuala Lumpur

3K683

Daily

Singapore to Penang

3K675/ 3K677

Up to 3 services a week

In line with Singapore requirements, only fully vaccinated passengers (exceptions for passengers 12 years and below) who meet all the necessary conditions can travel on these flights. Medical exemptions are not accepted.

Transit passengers:

Transiting passengers can also make bookings on VTL services (with the exception of VTL services from Kuala Lumpur) for travel via Singapore but must adhere to the relevant transit measures and processes.

Passengers must show proof of vaccination and can only travel with an airline whose transfer routes have been approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS).

Transfer and transit passengers are not allowed to travel on designated VTL services between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur.



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