Jetstar Asia gets approval to operate VTL flights from Bangkok and Phnom Penh into Singapore

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Budget carrier Jetstar Asia has received approval from the authorities to operate designated flights from Thailand and Cambodia into Singapore under a quarantine-free travel scheme, ahead of the scheme's expansion to six more countries next week.

The carrier said on Tuesday (Dec 7) that it will operate up to five vaccinated travel lane (VTL) flights a week from Bangkok to Singapore from Dec 15.

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