Singapore Airlines opens ticket sales for SG-Melbourne flights
Flight bookings were made available on 22 October.
Singapore Airlines (SA) has started taking bookings for flights between Singapore and Melbourne on 22 October.
The airline opened its ticket sales following the announcement of the reopening of the Victorian international border to fully-vaccinated Australian citizens, permanent residents, and eligible non-citizens starting 1 November 2021.
SA will operate 14-weekly flights, or two flights per day, between Singapore and Melbourne.
The following persons who meet the following criteria will be eligible to book flights:
- An Australian citizen or permanent resident, and
- Have been fully vaccinated with a TGA approved or recognised vaccine, and
- Have a vaccine certificate that meets the Australian Government’s authenticity and verification requirements.
Or the following:
- Be an immediate family member of an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or
- Is a non-Australian citizen or permanent resident, and
- Holds a valid visa and a travel restriction exemption, and
- Is fully vaccinated with a TGA approved or recognised vaccine, and
- Has a vaccine certificate that meets the Australian Government’s authenticity and verification requirements.
SA Regional Vice President South-West Pacific Louis Arul said the airline is looking forward to “reconnecting families and loved ones over the coming weeks and months ahead and continuing to support all levels of government in their efforts to reopen Australia’s borders in a safe, scalable, and sustainable way.”
Singapore Airlines has now 31 flights a week to two major Australian gateways, Sydney, and Melbourne.