From January 13, Singapore Airlines (SIA) reopened business flights from Singapore to Vietnam with a frequency of three flights/week.
According to the announcement of the Singapore Tourism Board, from January 13, Singapore Airlines (SIA) will resume business flights from the lion island nation to Vietnam with a frequency of three flights/week. Currently, SIA is flying with a frequency of 11 flights/week from Ho Chi Minh City – Singapore and 11 flights/week from Hanoi – Singapore. But from January 13, the airline will fly 2 flights from Singapore – Ho Chi Minh City and 1 flight/week to Hanoi.
Tickets on flights between Vietnam and Singapore are at present on sale by way of SIA’s distribution channels. SIA flights into Vietnam additionally want to make sure compliance with anti-epidemic rules. Visitors with Vietnamese passports don’t want an entry allow. Visitors with international passports have to have a written approval for entry issued by the Immigration Department and related paperwork comparable to visa, short-term residence card in Vietnam… or written approval of the Department. Consular if the visitor has a diplomatic passport.
As for the entry approval letter, if the customer accepts entry into any metropolis, the customer should observe the official authorization letter. Except for youngsters 2 years of age and youthful, visitors are required to current a detrimental COVID-19 check consequence by RT-PCR at check-in. The check certificates have to be in English and the check have to be completed inside 3 days earlier than the date of entry to Vietnam.
The above paperwork can be required to be introduced at check-in, visitors don’t have to submit the above paperwork to SIA earlier than the flight.