Low-cost airline Scoot is expanding its Vaccinated Travel Lane network to 17 destinations.
The subsidiary of Singapore Airlines will offer flights from Cebu, Clark, Chiang Mai, Davao, Hong Kong, Jeddah, Krabi, Phuket, and London Gatwick via Bangkok to Singapore under the VTL programme.
There will be two weekly flights operated by B787-8 aircraft on the London Gatwick-Bangkok-Singapore route from March 22-25, increasing to three-times-weekly from March 27.
Scoot chief commercial officer, Calvin Chan, said:
“Scoot is excited to provide more destinations in our network that now offer quarantine-free travel both ways for fully vaccinated customers, at pocket-friendly prices. The announcement of the expansion of the VTL scheme is an encouraging step for the travel and aviation industry, allowing us to cater to the pent-up demand for travel over the past two years, be it for work or school, to reconnect with friends and family, or to explore new experiences.
“As we continue to gradually expand our footprint across the world, the health and safety of our customers and crew will remain a priority for us, and we look forward to operating more VTL services soon.”
For more information on the VTL programme, see our feature ‘Visiting Singapore with the VTL’.
See Scoot’s VTL network below:
|The United Kingdom||London Gatwick (effective March 22)|
|Middle East||Saudi Arabia||Jeddah (effective February 24)|
|North Asia||Hong Kong||Hong Kong (effective February 25)|
|Cebu (effective March 4)|
|Clark (effective March 4)|
|Davao (effective March 4)|
|Chiang Mai (effective March 5)|
|Krabi (effective March 4)|
|Phuket (effective March 4)|
|South West Pacific||Australia||Gold Coast|