If you have been planning to travel to Singapore, you will have more options now, as Singapore’s low-cost airline Scoot has announced flights to India connecting six cities. The flights started operating from December 28 under the air bubble arrangement with India. The new flights will be a part of the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) agreement. Read on to more!
The Low-Cost Airline Will Connect Major Indian Cities
Travellers must follow all the entry rules and travel guidelines issued by the Singapore government. In light of the ongoing Omicron crisis in the country, all travellers must undergo a seven-day home quarantine in the country. What’s more, the low-cost airline will connect major Indian cities, like Coimbatore, Trivandrum, Vishakhapatnam, Tiruchirappalli, Hyderabad and Amritsar. Coimbatore, Trivandrum, and Vishakhapatnam will be new connections for the airline.
Your next flight outta India will never be the same with Scoot! 😉 Experience unexpected adventures and fun surprises on board our #Scootitude flights! 🎉 FOLLOW US for updates and special offers to plan your next vacay. ✈️#FlyScoot pic.twitter.com/nGoliQ5U7S
— FlyScoot India (@flyscootIN) July 3, 2019
Travel Plans Of Passengers Booking A VTL Flight Will Not Be Affected
Passengers can also enjoy promotional fares available on Scoot’s website and their mobile application. It is important to note if you have any pre-bookings or confirmed bookings on a VTL flight and have applied for Vaccinated Travel Pass, your travel plans will not be affected. Meanwhile, Singapore Orders Flights To Stop Selling New Tickets Till January 20.
🚨 In line with today’s govt announcement to mitigate Omicron risk, Scoot will temporarily stop accepting VTL flight bookings from 22 Dec 2021, 2359h – 20 Jan 2022, 2359h (GMT +8). Bookings made before this period will not be affected. For more info, please visit our website. pic.twitter.com/L3t0NEs9Cb
— FlyScoot (@flyscoot) December 22, 2021
Watch this space for more such travel updates.