SCOOT Tigerair Pte Ltd., the low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, landed its first flight to Davao on Dec. 1, resuming the route previously served by Silk Air.

Davao City Tourism Operations Officer Regina Rosa B. Tecson said there were 102 passengers on the maiden flight using an Airbus A320 plane.

The Singapore-Davao flights are included in the carrier’s “northern winter” schedule from end-October to March 6, 2022.

Scoot will fly thrice a week, on Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Ms. Tecson earlier said local tour operators and hotels were preparing “staycation” packages for visitors, who will be required to undergo a quarantine period based on the national travel guidelines.

Under Singapore’s current category as a moderate risk country, or within the yellow list, arriving passengers who are fully vaccinated will have to present a

negative RT-PCR test conducted within 72 hrs. prior to departure from the country of origin, and undergo facility-based quarantine with a 3rd day RT-PCR test.

Travelers who are unvaccinated, partially vaccinated, or whose vaccination status cannot be independently validated will undergo facility-based quarantine with an RT-PCR test done on the 7th day. — MSJ



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