Just a few days ago, Singapore announced that it will be reopening for quarantine-free travel with the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) starting 8 September 2021. Under the VTL, vaccinated travellers from Brunei and Germany will be eligible for quarantine-free travel to Singapore. While Brunei is currently only open to Singaporeans under the Reciprocal Green Lane, Germany has already allowed travellers from Singapore to enter its borders without quarantine. If you're planning to travel from Singapore to Germany, we've rounded up what the flight prices and schedules are like.
Singapore & Germany travel route - Designated flights under the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL)
For your flight from Singapore to Germany, you can travel on any flight out but you must make sure that your return flight is a non-stop designated VTL Flight from either Frankfurt or Munich to Singapore. Currently, there will be 3 VTL flights from Frankfurt and 2 VTL flights from Munich to Singapore on Singapore Airlines.
Vaccinated travellers will also be allowed to travel on Lufthansa but currently, the airline has not indicated which flights are VTL flights.
Inaugural VTL flights on Singapore Airlines
- Frankfurt – Singapore (SQ325): 7 September 2021 (Tuesday), 10:00pm – 4:25pm (+1)
- Munich - Singapore (SQ331): 8 September 2021 (Wednesday), 1:15pm – 7:05am (+1)
Singapore Airlines flight schedule
Frankfurt to Singapore (7 September - 30 October 2021)
- SQ325 (VTL Flight) - Tue, Fri and Sun, 10:00pm – 4:25pm (+1)
Frankfurt to Singapore (31 October 2021 – 26 March 2022)
- SQ325 (VTL Flight) - Tue, Fri and Sun, 9:55pm – 5:15pm (+1)
Singapore to Frankfurt (7 September 2021 - 30 October 2021)
- SQ326 - Tue, Fri, Sun, 1:55pm – 8:40pm
- SQ26 - Daily, 11:55pm – 6:45am (+1)
Singapore to Frankfurt (31 October 2021 - 26 March 2022)
- SQ326 - Tue, Fri, Sun, 1:55pm – 8:30pm
- SQ26 - Daily, 11:55pm – 6.20am (+1)
Munich - Singapore (8 September 2021 - 30 October 2021)
- SQ331 (VTL Flight) - Mon, Wed, 1:15pm – 7:05am (+1)
Munich - Singapore (31 October 2021 – 26 March 2022)
- SQ331 (VTL Flight) - Mon, Wed, 1:15pm – 7:55am (+1)
Singapore - Munich (8 September 2021 – 30 October 2021)
- SQ332 - Mon, Wed, 12:45am – 7:10am
- SQ328 - Tue, Fri, Sun, 12:30am – 6:55am
Singapore - Munich (31 October 2021 – 26 March 2022)
- SQ332 - Mon, Wed, 12:45am – 7:00am
- SQ328 - Tue, Fri, Sun, 12:25am – 6:40am
Singapore to Germany Flight Prices on Singapore Airlines
Singapore to Frankfurt
Based on our checks on Singapore Airlines' website, round-trip flight tickets from Singapore to Frankfurt cost from about SGD959 to SGD1059 in September and October.
Singapore to Frankfurt (Sep-Oct)
In November and December, round-trip flight ticket prices start cost from around SGD970 to SGD1363.
Singapore to Frankfurt (Nov-Dec)
Singapore to Munich
As for Munich, round trip flight prices range from SGD958 to SGD1702 in September and October.
Singapore to Munich (Sep-Oct)
In November and December, round-trip flight prices range from SGD969 to SGD1089.
Singapore to Munich (Nov-Dec)
When booking, make sure you select a VTL flight as your return flight to Singapore.
Here are some things to note before going on a VTL flight:
- You must be fully vaccinated with Pfizer-BioNTech/Comirnaty, Moderna or other World Health Organisation Emergency Use Listing vaccines.
- You must book and pay for a pre-departure Covid-19 PCR test within 48 hours before the flight.
Find out more on Singapore Airlines' website.
What are the requirements to enter Germany for travellers from Singapore?
As of 18 August 2021, travellers from Singapore to Germany can travel quarantine-free as Singapore is not considered a high-risk area. You also won't need to register upon arrival. However, do note that all travellers to Germany will need to show proof of vaccination or recovery from Covid-19, or a test certificate. You can use your Singapore digital vaccination cert or a physical vaccination card as proof.
What if the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) is suspended?
If the VTL is suspended, your airline will inform you and your flight might be cancelled or reverted to a non-VTL flight. You'll also be able to refund your ticket or might be able to reschedule your flight.
So, are you looking to plan your trip to Germany at the end of the year? Do let us know in the comments section! For more travel information, check out our other articles:
- Guide to Singapore-Brunei Vaccinated Travel Lane
- 10 Borders That Are Opening Their Borders To Vaccinated Travellers
- Phuket Has Safely Reopened To Vaccinated Travellers