Singapore lifts quarantine for vaccinated travelers from the Netherlands

"Mimosa", delivered on June 29, 2016

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines made this announcement:

The Singaporean government has added the Netherlands to the so-called Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL). This means that fully vaccinated travelers who fly to Singapore on a VTL flight will no longer have to undergo quarantine locally. Effective November 1, 2021 KLM will offer two VTL flights per week to Singapore.

Travelers from VTL countries must also show a negative COVID-19 test result that is no older than 48 hours before departure. For other requirements, please refer to the Singapore government website.

Transferring

Travelers from VTL countries other than the Netherlands can transfer in Amsterdam to the two VTL flights to Singapore and beyond provided they meet the VTL requirements. Dutch travelers can also transfer in Singapore to flights within Asia, provided they meet the stipulated entry requirements of the destination.

Flight schedule to Singapore

KLM flights from Amsterdam to Singapore are operated with either a Boeing 777-300ER or a Boeing 787. KLM’s flight schedule from Amsterdam to Singapore is as follows:

21 October 2021
to 31 October 2021
KL835/KL837/KL839 Daily 21:15 15:45+1 B787/B77W
01 November 2021 to 26 March 2022 KL835/KL837/KL839 Tu/Wed/Th/Fr 21:10 16:20+1
KL833 (TVL flights) Mon/Sat

KLM flight KL833/KL839 will continue as tail-end flight between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur

KLM flight KL837 will continue as a tail-end flight between Singapore and Jakarta

Top Copyright Photo: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner PH-BHG (msn 38766) (100 Years) AMS (Ton Jochems). Image: 955488.

KLM aircraft slide show:

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