On Nov 23, 2021.
The addition of four-times weekly designated VTL flights between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur is great news for passengers. The VTL arrangement between Singapore and Malaysia supports travel between the two countries.
The VTL flights between Singapore, Changi Airport and KL, KLIA2, will start on November 29, 2021. The VTL flights will be operated by the Boeing 787-9s, which will provide added widebody comfort in both cabins.
There will be seven non-designated VTL flights between Singapore and KL, on Scoot's A320 aircraft, to provide for transit passengers connecting to/from the network via Singapore.
As part of the island's air travel bubble arrangement, Scoot is planning to resume flights to Langkawi from 3 December 2021.
We are planning to increase flights to Ipoh from five times weekly to daily from December and add a third flight to Kuching. More information will be announced in the future. There are daily services between Singapore and Penang.
We will be able to give our customers more options to travel between Singapore and Malaysia, whatever their travel needs may be.
The introduction of VTL flights between Singapore and KL will add to the existing VTL routes between Singapore and Australia, Berlin, South Korea, and Jeddah. You can refer to the November/December 2021 schedule here. There are attractive promotional fare announcements on the Facebook andInstagram pages.
Before booking VTL flights, travellers should check eligibility and entry requirements in Singapore and Malaysia.