Airlines today welcomed news of a two-way travel bubble between Singapore and Australia as the first flights under Australia’s new quarantine regime landed at major airports.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison revealed overnight that Australia would accept fully-vaccinated visitors from Singapore without quarantine later this month.
Australia intends to allow quarantine-free entry for fully-vaccinated Singaporean tourists, workers and students from November 21.
Singapore had already announced that Australians could visit the island state using its quarantine-free Vaccinated Travel Lanes (VTL).
Morrison’s announcement was welcomed by Singapore Airlines and the International Air Transport Association, read more ⇒