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Singapore Airlines and its low-cost provider Scoot will expand its Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) network from March 16 to join to 66 cities in 27 countries, together with India. VTL permits quarantine-free journey to Singapore for absolutely vaccinated travellers.
“New VTL services will be added progressively to selected cities in Southeast Asia and India, as well as Athens, from March 16, 2022,” the airways’ dad or mum firm SIA Group stated. It stated extra non-VTL flights will even be transformed to VTL flights for sure locations and a complete of 66 cities in 27 countries will probably be added.
Reporting its working outcomes for February, SIA Group stated passenger capability fell barely to 44 per cent of pre-COVID-19 ranges. This is 2 per cent decrease than in January. (*26*) capability is predicted to attain round 57 per cent of what it was pre-COVID-19 by April this yr.
The group passenger load issue was 39.1 per cent in February, a 0.9 per cent drop from the month earlier than. The determine is a 29.4 per cent rise from the identical time final yr. VTL ticket gross sales remained subjected to a 50 per cent discount in arrival quotas within the first half of February.
“On February 16, 2022, Singapore announced that it would remove the 50 per cent cap, and progressively increase the VTL quota for daily arrivals from 5,000 to 15,000, by March 4, 2022,” stated SIA Group. As on the finish of February, Singapore Airlines served 63 locations, with Scoot flying to 37 locations.
(Source: Channel News Asia)
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