Singapore has lifted the quarantine for vaccinated travelers from the Netherlands
The Singapore government has added the Netherlands to the so-called Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL). This means that those who are fully vaccinated, who will be traveling from the Netherlands to Singapore on a VTL flight, will no longer have to be quarantined. Starting November 1, KLM will offer two VTL flights a week to Singapore. These flights can be booked starting this week.
Travelers from VTL countries must also test negative for the COVID-19 test no later than 48 hours before departure.
Travelers from other VTL countries can travel via Amsterdam on the two VTL flights to Singapore and beyond, provided they meet VTL requirements. Dutch travelers can transit Singapore to other destinations in Asia, provided they meet the entry requirements set out at the destination.
KLM flights from Amsterdam to Singapore are operated by either a Boeing 777-300ER or a Boeing 787. KLM's flight schedule from Amsterdam to Singapore is as follows:
KL835 / KL837 / KL839 Amsterdam 21:10 - 16: 20 + 1 Singapore - Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday
KL833 (TVL flights) Amsterdam 21:10 - 16:20 + 1 Singapore - Monday and Saturday
KL833 / KL839 flights will have the final segment Singapore - Kuala Lumpur
KL837 flights will have the final segment Singapore - Jakarta