Singapore is currently seeking to pilot green lane agreements with a number of countries that are considered to be contagious in the community equivalent or lower than Singapore.
The first phase, called the re-opening of safety, will have more people allowed to return to work, with priority given to industries and businesses of essential goods operating in low-risk environments. This stage is expected to last several weeks until Singapore moves to the second stage if the infection rate in the community remains low and stable …
The second phase is a safe transition, people will be allowed to restore more social activities. More businesses will be allowed to reopen, including teaching centers, gyms and sports facilities.
The third phase, Singapore will switch to a new normal state until the vaccine is available.
According to the Singapore Tourism Board, up to this point, social, cultural, religious and business gatherings are expected to be resumed. However, there will still be a limit to the number of people allowed to gather.
At the same time, Singapore will implement safeguards when it gradually reopens the border, allowing Singaporeans to travel essentially and foreigners to enter or transit in Singapore.
The opening of the border will be carefully evaluated and carried out separately from the three-stage plan of opening the economy because the global situation is still unstable.
Singapore is currently seeking to pilot green lane agreements with a number of countries that are considered to be contagious in the community equivalent or lower than Singapore. In particular, essential tourism with limited numbers and protection measures can be conducted safely …
According to the Singapore Tourism Board, Singapore Airlines has just set up a post-outbreak recovery task force to look at issues such as travel experiences and developing new regulations.
The move is part of an effort to quickly adapt to the new standards that are being developed by the influence of COVID-19, giving it an advantage to accelerate in the crisis amid an ever-improving aviation industry. anise.
Answering the question about fares and the possibility of price increases due to the implementation of social spacing on the plane, a representative of Singapore Airlines said the airfare is subject to supply and demand adjustment, the airline will adjust the appropriate routes. case when returning to the market and restarting its services …
On the other hand, a representative of Singapore Airlines said that it is impossible to determine when and how the aviation industry will recover. However, there have been many changes that have been foreseen such as consumer behavior and flight trends.