Do AIRLINES require PCR tests if destinations don't?

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Leighman

Singapore Airlines - KrisFlyer

Member since 10 Mar 2022

Total posts 1

Hi all, long time lurker first time poster.

Itinerary as follows for mid-April this year:

SYD - MLE via 3hrs in SIN on SQ
MLE - CMB on EK a week later
CMB - SYD via 2hrs in SIN on SQ

Based on what my research, PCR tests are not required to...
- Depart SYD
- Transit SIN
- Arrive or Depart MLE
- Arrive or Depart CMB

If I'm correct on the above (pls correct me if I'm wrong), the only time I need to take a PCR test will be prior departing CMB so I can re-enter Australia. Is this correct? Do any airlines actually require a negative PCR result to board their aircraft? Couldn't find the answer on the SQ or EK websites...

TIA for responses!

benzqn

Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer

Member since 30 Mar 2015

Total posts 14

Singapore airlines and Singapore the country do not require any tests for transit passengers

https://safetravel.ica.gov.sg/transit/overview

The only airline I know of that always requires a PcR test is Etihad.


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