Air France and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines are adding Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) flights to Singapore from Paris and Amsterdam. Singapore Airlines announced its flight schedules for its VTL flights earlier this afternoon. With the addition of VTL flights by Air France and KLM, travellers to Singapore will have more flights and options.
From 21 October 2021 to 31 October 2021, Air France will offer twice-weekly VTL flights from Paris to Singapore. AF256 will be departing Paris on Thursdays and Saturdays at 2105hrs and arrive in Singapore at 1555hrs (+1). From 1 November 2021 to 26 March 2022, AF256 will depart Paris on Fridays and Sundays at 2100hrs and land in Singapore at 16.35hrs (+1). Air France operates AF208, a non-VTL flight on Tuesdays departing at the same times as AF256. Air France will operate the flights on B787 aircraft. AF250 will operate exceptionally as a VTL flight on 4 January 2022, Tuesday.
And from 1 November 2021, KLM will offer twice-weekly VTL flights from Amsterdam to Singapore. KL833 will depart Amsterdam on Mondays and Saturdays at 2105hrs and land in Singapore at 1620hrs (+1). KLM also operates a non-VTL flight as KL835/837/839 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays departing Amsterdam at 2105hrs and arriving in Singapore at 1620hrs (+1). KLM will operate the flights on B787 or B777-300ER.
Book your Air France flights at airfrance.sg or call +65 6577 1155. And Book KLM flights at klm.sg or call +65 6577 1202. You have to be fully vaccinated and make sure you are eligible before flying to Singapore. Check here for the requirements.
“We fully understand that people want to travel and reconnect with family and friends, and we are excited to resume leisure and business travel to Singapore. Air France and KLM have created a complementary network with four weekly designated VTL flights to Singapore, as well as six non-designated VTL flights from Paris and Amsterdam. With our extensive Air France KLM network, we are able to connect many VTL countries via our dual hubs in Paris and Amsterdam, with flexible ticket conditions.”Roland Coppens, General Manager Air France KLM South East Asia and Oceania