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The UK will reopen travel to limited destinations from May 17

The UK will reopen travel to limited destinations from May 17

Britain is all set to restart international travel from May 17 but to only limited destinations (quarantine-free holidays). The countries that have made it to the green list include Israel, Portugal, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore. The announcement was made by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps. …

Singapore to accept visitors with COVID-19 digital travel pass from next month

Singapore to accept visitors with COVID-19 digital travel pass from next month

Singapore will next month accept visitors who use a mobile travel pass containing digital certificates for Covid-19 tests and vaccines, its aviation regulator said on Monday, becoming one of the first countries to adopt the initiative. Singapore will accept the International Air Transport Association (IATA) …

Air India to operate new flights to Singapore, Moscow, and Brisbane from March 26 onwards

Air India to operate new flights to Singapore, Moscow and Brisbane from March 26 onwards

Indian state carrier Air India has announced new flights to international destinations around the globe including Singapore, Brisbane, and Moscow starting a week from today. The airline will operate flights between India and Singapore from March 28 to October 30, 2021, on Bengaluru-Chennai-Singapore, Mumbai-Singapore, and …

Singapore PM says may reopen borders for leisure and business travel by year-end

Singapore PM says may reopen borders for leisure and business travel by year-end

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said in a TV interview he hoped Singapore would start re-opening its borders by the end of the year as more countries ramp up vaccination drives against Covid-19 infections. The Southeast Asian island nation has largely banned leisure travel but …

Avoiding flights for fear of Covid? This airline has Rs 299 virus test to convince you

Avoiding flights for fear of Covid? This airline has Rs 299 virus test to convince you

SpiceJet Ltd., India’s second-largest carrier, is offering coronavirus screening to passengers for as little as 299 rupees ($4). That’s about one-third of the current market rate. SpiceHealth, the unit selling the tests, has also set up mobile-testing facilities for the general public in Mumbai and …