MIAMI – Singapore Airlines (SQ) has resumed flying to the UK and to Australia and New Zealand under a special agreement. Last month, the government of Singapore banned foreign travelers in the UK from visiting or passing through the city state.
Australia and New Zealand remain closed to foreign nationals, but resident citizens can return home by staying at hotels and carrying out a 14-day preventive quarantine. In addition, a maximum limit of 30 passengers per flight applies for international flights to Australia.
As mentioned in Businesstraveler.com, under the special arrangement with SQ and Singapore, travelers on the Kangaroo route must read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”