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SIA announces VTL services to five more countries

These countries are Cambodia, the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Turkey.

Singapore Airlines announced flight schedules for the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) services, which now cover Cambodia, the Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Turkey. 

For Cambodia, flight SQ153 will operate daily from Phnom Penh to Singapore, whilst SQ163 will operate four times weekly from Siem Reap to Singapore. 

The Maldives, meanwhile, will see SQ437 fly thrice-weekly from Male to Singapore. 

Sri Lanka will be covered by SQ469, with SQ469 operating daily as the VTL flight from Colombo to Singapore. 

Meanwhile, 10 weekly VTL flights from Bangkok to Singapore will be available, with SQ707 handling daily flights. SQ705 will operate three times a week, with a shift to daily flights starting 31 January 2022. SQ727 will also operate daily from Phuket to Singapore starting December 14, 2021. 

The country of Turkey, lastly, will see SQ391 operate a thrice a week VTL flight from Istanbul to Singapore. 

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