Current Travel Requirements on Singapore Airlines

Short-term visitors from countries under Singapore’s Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTL) arrangement may also enter Singapore via designated VTL flights if they meet all VTL eligibility requirements including holding a
Vaccinated Travel Pass.

You can only fly on Designated Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) Flights.

Australian passport holders must have a
Vaccinated Travel Pass (VTP). You must apply between seven and thirty calendar days prior to the intended date of entry into Singapore.

On-arrival Covid-19 test requirement

Travellers are also required to undergo a Covid-19 test upon arrival at
Singapore Changi Airport
if they are arriving from Category I countries or on VTL flights.
Click here to register and pay for the on-arrival test.

Compulsory health declaration for all travellers

Regardless of your nationality, you must submit an electronic health
within three days before your arrival in Singapore.

If your request to enter Singapore is granted, you will receive an approval
letter of entry. This letter must be produced upon check-in during departure and at immigration upon arrival in Singapore. Learn more.  

Returning to Australia

Entering Australia Important terms for eligible passengers only flights
(FEPO) – Designated FEPO flight schedule

Additional Travel Information

Singapore Airlines Contacts

Please note visa requirements may still apply. Passengers are advised to
check visa requirements separately here or contact Singapore Embassy in Australia.

Latest Update

as of 30Nov 2021

1.      VTL Entry Requirement Changes to Australia & UK
VTL entry requirements have changed as follows: Australia All fully vaccinated travellers arriving in Sydney and Melbourne must self-isolate for 3 days. All fully vaccinated travellers arriving in Adelaide must quarantine for 14 days. UK Lateral Flow Tests on arrival in UK will cease to be an option; only PCR test will be allowed from 30 November 2021 at 4am local time.  Tests must be done at a private test provider and not via the National Health Services (NHS).
2.      Additional Designated VTL Flights from Australia
Australia flights into Singapore will be progressively converted to designated VTL flights from January 2022 onwards, except SQ242 that will remain as a non-VTL flight. These additional designated VTL flights will be available for sale on 25 November 2021.
3.      No SIN Transit/Entry for Southern Africa countries
Passengers (Except for Singaporean Citizens and PR)  with 14-day travel history to Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe are not allowed to transit/enter Singapore.