Jetstar has received approval to operate designated Vaccinated Travel Lane services from Melbourne and Darwin to Singapore starting in December 2021.
Melbourne – Singapore flights will commence from 19 December 2021 Two-way quarantine travel will be allowed for fully vaccinated Singaporeans, Australians and Australian Permanent Residents. Jetstar has launched Singapore to Melbourne flights starting as low as S$168 one way.
Jetstar will also operate three weekly services from Darwin to Singapore from 20 December 2021. Singapore – Darwin fares of S$138 one-way are now available for travel from late January 2022, when quarantine-free travel into the Northern Territory is expected to resume.
Customers who book a Jetstar Airways (JQ) or Jetstar Asia (3K) flight on jetstar.com before 31 December 2021 for travel before 30 June 2023, will be given one ‘fee free’ date change as part of Jetstar’s Fly Flexible policy. Fare differences may apply.
Only fully vaccinated passengers excluding those 12 years old and below have to meet the necessary VTL conditions to travel on designated VTL flights from Australia to Singapore. Quarantine-free travel to Australia is only available for arrivals into New South Wales (NSW), Victoria (VIC) and Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Travel to all other Australian states and territories, including Northern Territory (NT), must adhere to corresponding entry requirements which may include 14-days hotel quarantine. Customers are advised to check with the relevant authorities to ensure they are eligible to travel or transit as restrictions apply.