Singapore-Malaysia Vaccinated Travel Lane begins Monday, 6 airlines supply flights

With Singapore and Malaysia’s so-called “Vaccinated Travel Lane” launching Monday, permitting quarantine-free travel for these going to and from the 2 international locations, six airways will supply flights underneath the scheme.
AirAsia, Jetstar Asia, Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Air, Scoot, and Singapore Airlines are set to fly between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur underneath VTL programme, starting Monday, in accordance with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, or CAAS.
Frenzy says applications for the Singapore-Malaysia Vaccinated Travel Lane scheme , or VTL, will open at 10am onward from Monday and passengers can choose from six designated airlines in each vacation spot.
The immigration workplace of Malaysia said long-term pass holders and short-term tourists desirous to enter Singapore can apply for a move to use the VTL while Singapore citizens, permanent residents, and youngsters under the age of 12 are exempt from the applying process.
Passengers must be completely vaccinated towards Covid-19 using a vaccine that’s acknowledged by both countries’ well being authorities. Children underneath the age of 12 won’t be required to supply proof of immunisation.
Travellers arriving at Changi Airport shall be required to self-isolate after leaving the airport and wait for the results of their Covid-19 on arrival PCR swab check for as much as 24 hours.
Those arriving at KL International Airport, on the opposite hand, will more than likely receive their swab take a look at leads to one to 3 hours. Prior to immigration, they must anticipate the ends in a delegated ready room.
According to Hasni Mohammad, Chief Minister of Johor, the land border crossing between Singapore and Malaysia in Johor Bahru via the Causeway and Second Link may even open “quarantine-free travel” on the same day with air travel between two nations under the VTL.
Only long-term cross holders working or employed in Singapore and Johor Bahru will have the power to cross the land border..

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