With the launch of the Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur by the end of November, Jetstar Asia announced it will operate quarantine-free flights as part of the VTL.

Starting November 29, seven of Jetstar Asia's 15 weekly roundtrip flights between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur will be designated for VTL services. The flights will be for fully-vaccinated customers to travel between the two countries without quarantine upon arrival.

The VTL arrangement between Singapore and Malaysia is scheduled to start on November 29.

According to Jetstar Asia, its VTL services will operate as 3K683/684 daily. All other 3K flights between the two cities will operate as non-VTL flights. The airline added that transfer and transit travelers will not be able to travel on the VTL designated flights.

“It is wonderful to be able to offer customers travelling between Malaysia and Singapore a quarantine-free travel option, and play a part bringing families, friends and colleagues back together again for the first time in nearly two years.” said Jetstar Asia's Head of Commercial and RGM SEA Woo Wai Keong.

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