Here is a summary of the different agreements with different countries. The air bubble is intended for general travellers who do not need a controlled itinerary and is distinct from reciprocal greenways for official and essential business travel. This also applies to the return of travellers from Singapore under the Greenway Road, as well as to Malaysian citizens and permanent residents entering Singapore under the CPA. On 15 October, Singapore and Hong Kong agreed on the principle of creating a bilateral air bubble. Singapore has agreed to establish reciprocal greenways with several countries, including Brunei, Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia. Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung also announced on 15 October that Singapore and Hong Kong had reached an agreement in principle to open an air bubble. Currently, there are no Green Lane agreements with European countries in Singapore. SINGAPORE: As part of Singapore`s plans to revitalize its aviation sector, the government has implemented “Green Lane” agreements and travel bubbles with some countries and territories after the steady decline in COVID 19 cases. Singapore and Germany have agreed on a green path for major travel, as their foreign ministers announced yesterday.
Singapore`s first travel agreement was a “Fast Lane” agreement with China, which began on June 8. Unlike fast or green lanes, this includes all forms of short-term travel, including recreational activities. The requirements are similar for reciprocal greenway agreements with Japan and Malaysia. However, it does not apply to travellers based in Malaysia on the cross-greenway, who continue to be subject to measures such as COVID-19 pre-departure and arrival tests and stick to a pre-reported controlled route. Outside the reciprocal greenway system, some residents may travel between Singapore and Malaysia by installing periodic shuttles (PCAs) for long-term work and business travel. While Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung said the two countries will now begin formal discussions on reaching the agreement, she did not specify a date for the start of the agreement. On 12 October, Singapore and Indonesia agreed to establish a greenway for major and official business travel. The two countries also stated that the Greenway could serve as a model for future similar agreements between Singapore and other European countries. Singapore currently does not have Green Lane agreements with European countries. The Republic has travel arrangements with 10 locations, including Malaysia, China and Australia, with different restrictions.
Travellers wishing to visit Singapore through the Fast Lane Agreement must come from the six Chinese provinces and municipalities mentioned above. These travellers “must be sponsored either by a Singapore-based company or by a government in Singapore.” The selected countries to which Singapore has agreed to set up these rapid trajectories are, of course, countries that themselves present favourable epidemiological situations. However, compliance with strict preventive and safety measures is mandatory for all travellers who wish to enter or leave the apens. SINGAPORE: People in Singapore and Germany may soon be able to travel between the two countries for commercial and official purposes, after the two sides agreed on the creation of a green road. Similar requirements apply to official and commercial travel between Singapore and South Korea. The overtaking route between the two countries was opened on 4 September. Finally, Singapore and Hong Kong reached an agreement in principle on Thursday (October 15th) to create a bilateral air bubble exempting travellers from quarantine or residence orders.