Singapore Airlines resumes commercial flights between Singapore and Vietnam

Destination Editor
05:10:58 - January 13, 2022

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will reopen commercial flights from Singapore to Vietnam from January 13, 2022 with a frequency of 03 flights/week.

Currently, SIA is operating flights with a frequency of 11 flights/week from Ho Chi Minh City to Singapore and 11 flights/week from Hanoi to Singapore. From January 13, 2022, SIA will operate 02 flights/week from Singapore to Ho Chi Minh City, and 01 flight/week to Hanoi.

SIA used Airbus A350-900 aircraft, including 303 seats with 40 Business class seats and 263 Economy class seats for this journey.

Particularly, flights between Singapore and Da Nang are still temporarily suspended.

Tickets on flights between Vietnam and Singapore have been sold through SIA’s distribution channels. Passengers can visit Singapore Airlines’ Travel Advisory Page to learn more about the requirements for flying on SIA’s commercial flights to Vietnam.

Recently, Singapore also announced to relax the distance regulations for travelers from non-VTL countries (Vaccinated Travel Corridor) from January 7, 2022.

Non-VTL travelers from Group 2 to Group 4 countries will not be required to undergo COVID-19 testing upon arrival. Travelers in Groups 2 and 3 must self-isolate for 7 and 10 days, respectively. Travelers from countries in group 4 are required to undergo a 10-day quarantine at a designated facility.

Travelers from Group 1 countries are not required to be quarantined and still have to undergo a PCR test upon entry.

Singapore Airlines resumes commercial flights between Singapore and Vietnam


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