From November 29, 2021, Malaysia Airlines will be able to transport fully vaccinated passengers who have tested negative for COVID-19 between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore without having to go through quarantine. Malaysia Airlines will operate VTL flights 1x daily on the Airbus 330 from November 29, 2021 to March 26, 2022, as part of the VTL deployment. Guests who meet the following qualifications can enter without being quarantined under the Malaysian and Singaporean governments’ Vaccinated Travel Lane programme:
VTL Scheme Requirements for Entry to Singapore:
Eligible passengers must meet the VTL scheme’s travel requirements or be a Singapore national or resident. Before purchasing a ticket, passengers should check their eligibility to fly. Passengers can get the most up-to-date information and VTL requirements by visiting the following websites:
VTL Scheme Requirements for Entry to Malaysia:
Passengers can get the most up-to-date information and VTL requirements by visiting the following websites:
- Vaccinated Travel Lane by air between Malaysia and Singapore (PDF)
- Vaccinated Travel Lane by air between Malaysia and Singapore (Web)
VTL customers flying from Singapore can connect with Malaysia Airlines flights from Kuala Lumpur to a number of domestic destinations in Peninsular Malaysia.
Alor Setar, Johor Bahru, Kuala Terengganu, Kuantan, Langkawi, and Penang are some of the most populous cities in Malaysia.
Important: It is recommended that all passengers arrive early because VTL flights only allow for over-the-counter check-in. This flight does not have online check-in available through the Malaysia Airlines website or app.