Singapore Airlines - The PPS Club
Member since 11 Sep 2015
Total posts 30
I'm departing Brisbane for Rome via Singapore in a couple of weeks on SQ236 - a VTL flight. I"m triple vacced. Having researched Singapore Govt, and Italian Govt requirments it is pretty clear that one does NOT now need a PCR test to board that flight however SIA"s own site seems a little vague.
Can anyone who's flown out of Australia on SIA in the last week or so confirm this please?
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 19 Mar 2015
Total posts 18
You no longer need to be tested if you are transiting Singapore.
Member since 30 Mar 2015
Total posts 21
You no longer need any test to board SQ if your are transiting in Singapore.
You will need to show a test result at checkin if your destination requires one.
Thai Airways International - Royal Orchid Plus
Member since 15 Jan 2013
Total posts 104
what's the situation for transit pax(ie no stopover passengers if heading through to Europe)would a test at your pathology clinic but one for international travel be enough.
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