Update: 11 Oct 2021  
  SIA Group's quarantine-free Vaccinated Travel Lane network expands to 14 cities  

The Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group today expanded its quarantine-free Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) network to 14 cities, with additional points expected to be announced in the coming weeks. 

This comes as Singapore widened its VTL arrangements to include Canada, Denmark, France, Italy, the Netherlands, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. These are on top of the existing VTL arrangements with Brunei and Germany, which began in September 2021.

Singapore Airlines will operate VTL services from Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen, London, Los Angeles, Milan, New York, Paris, and Rome starting 19 October 2021. SIA's VTL services from Seoul will begin on 16 November 2021. Today, SIA operates VTL services from Bandar Seri Begawan, Frankfurt, and Munich.

Scoot, SIA's sister airline, will operate VTL flights from Berlin from 20 October 2021.

  Update: 13 August 2021  
  Payment Details for Restoration of MVC  

Pleased be informed the August 2021 payroll has already been processed for salary payments based on the 5% MVC restoration announced previously. Your August 2021 pay slip will therefore reflect only the 5% MVC restoration which was announced earlier.

The cessation of the full 10% MVC cut for all staff and additional pay cuts for Managers to Divisional Vice Presidents (DVPs) will be reflected from September 2021 payroll. The September 2021 payroll will also include the back payment of the balance 5% MVC cut for all staff and additional pay cuts for Managers to DVPs for the month of August 2021.

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Dear Members,
It’s my pleasure to connect and communicate with you through this Website about the various accomplishments and successes of SIASU over the last six months.

On the 30 May, SIA Chairman Mr. Stephen Lee held a dialogue session with the Principal Officials of SIASU. He started off by saying that he was glad to see staff morale had improved and he viewed SIASU as an important partner.

During the two-hour session, Mr. Lee shared some strategies and challenges faced by the Company. The recent announcement of better performance had been due to lower fuel prices. This was prevalent in the industry as all other airlines had also enjoyed lower fuel prices. In time to come, the fuel price was expected to return to previous levels.

He also spoke about reviewing strategies like the formation of multi-hubs and investing in IT to improve productivity in order to keep in line with others through working effectively. At the same time, the Union discussed issues on re-employment to age 67 and the reimbursement of medical fees (charged by our medical providers FHG) to our employees.