Good news for travellers as Scoot, Singapore’s low-cost airline has now announced new flights to India. The flights will be operational under the ongoing air bubble travel arrangement, and a total of six Indian cities will be part of this. The airline has decided to operate flights between India and Singapore starting December 28.

Scoot has already distributed circular to travel agents and its partners mentioning that these flights are not part of the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) agreement. All travellers travelling by these flights will have to follow all entry rules, and also any health guidelines as issued by the Singapore government. One such rule, in light of the ongoing spread of Omicron is that all incoming travellers will need to go under a seven-day home quarantine in the country.

A subsidiary of Singapore Airlines it is a low-cost airline that is connecting with some major Indian cities, such as Coimbatore, Amritsar, Trivandrum, Vishakhapatnam, Tiruchirappalli, and Hyderabad. Out of these, Coimbatore, Trivandrum, and Vishakhapatnam will be new connections for the airline.

For the benefit of passengers, the airlines has also introduced promotional fares available in its direct channels, which means you would have to book directly on the company’s mobile app, website, etc., in order to avail the promotional fares.

It is important to note here that those travellers who have any pre-bookings or confirmed bookings on a VTL flight, and have applied for Vaccinated Travel Pass, will not be affected. So you can proceed with your travel plans.

published 2021-12-29 08:30:00