Singapore is getting closer to linking the island nation to Korea with more airlines joining the Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTL) for quarantine free travel. In addition, South Korea is also gearing up for Singapore-bound flights from Seoul with a higher frequency of dedicated flights in order to bring countries closer together.
Singapore’s vaccinated travel lane with South Korea starts on 15th Nov. This effectively means that Singapore residents can vacation in South Korea from Nov end onwards, free of any quarantine requirements.
Singapore – South Korea VTL
The four airlines operating dedicated flights between Changi Airport and Incheon International Airport on a non-stop basis include Asiana Airlines, Korea Air, Singapore Airlines and Scoot. This only covers the quarantine-free VTL dedicated flights.
- Incheon to Singapore: OZ751
- Singapore to Incheon: OZ752
Flying 3 to 4 times a week this Nov and Dec, operating an Airbus A330 with business and economy class seats.
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- Incheon to Singapore: KE645
- Singapore to Incheon: KE646
Flying 3 times a week this Nov and Dec, operating a Boeing 777-300ER with prestige and economy class seats.
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- Singapore to Incheon: SQ600 & SQ608
- Incheon to Singapore: SQ601 & SQ607
Flying 3 times a week this Nov and Dec, operating a Boeing 787-10 with business and economy class seats.
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- Singapore to Seoul: TR840
- Seoul to Singapore: TR841
Flying once a week this Nov and Dec, operating a Boeing 787-10 with economy class seats. ◼
© This article was first published online in Nov 2021 – World Travel Magazine.