Singapore welcomes 250 passengers on first two flights under expanded VTL scheme

Passengers at Changi Airport after arriving on Flight SQ329 from Amsterdam on the morning of Oct 20, 2021. - ST

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): About 250 passengers landed at Changi Airport and entered Singapore on Wednesday (Oct 20) morning, arriving on the first two flights under the expanded quarantine-free travel scheme for travellers vaccinated against Covid-19.

Flight SQ329 from the Netherlands, operated by Singapore Airlines (SIA), touched down at about 6.35am with about 80 Singapore-bound passengers on board.

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