It’s finally happening — The Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble will launch on 26 May 2021!

The Singapore-Hong Kong Travel Bubble is back on and we can’t wait to taste the Dim Sum and visit the happiest place on Earth. But before we pack our suitcases, here are some important stuff travellers should know before booking that trip.

Air Travel Bubble Flights between Singapore and Hong Kong

Flying Singapore Airlines with Masks - Singapore Hong Kong Travel Bubble

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Starting 26 May 2021, there will only be one flight per day each way — with a maximum capacity of 200 passengers per flight. Singapore Airlines or Cathay Pacific Airlines are the only airlines with Air Travel Bubble (ATB) flights.

Singapore Airlines Flight Schedule

DatesFlightDepartArrive
26, 28, 30, 31 May
2, 4, 7 Jun
9 Jun onwards (daily)
SQ882SIN8:40AMHKG12:40PM
DatesFlightDepartArrive
28, 30, 31 May
2, 4, 7 Jun
9 Jun onwards (daily)
SQ883HKG2:25PMSIN6:20PM

Cathay Pacific Flight Schedule

PeriodTravel Bubble Flight No. Travel Bubble Flight Dates
26 May to 9 JunCX759 and CX73427, 29 May
1, 3, 5, 6, 8 Jun
10 Jun to 30 SepCX759 and CX734Daily flights

Before your flight, you’ll need to fulfil the following:

1) Fill up an online declaration form 48 hours before arriving in Hong Kong

2) Install Hong Kong’s LeaveHomeSafe app before departing

3) Book and take your pre-departure and on-arrival COVID swab test.

Only travellers who test negative can board the flight. And upon arrival in Hong Kong, you can only leave the airport after getting negative on the second swab test.

Stricter Travel Bubble Conditions Between Singapore and Hong Kong

Only those who have remained in either Singapore or Hong Kong 14 days before departure are eligible for ATB flights. This excludes time spent in quarantine or on stay-home notice.

In addition, the travel bubble will be suspended if the seven-day moving average of unlinked community cases in either city is more than five.

Plan Your Trip To Hong Kong

Singapore Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble

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The travel bubble is exciting news for all of us — especially those who cancelled their plans last November when the travel bubble got deferred.

If you need ideas on what to do in Hong Kong, check out our ultimate Hong Kong guide or these lesser-known sights to escape the crowded city!

Remember to stay safe (wear your mask and social distance) and let’s make this travel bubble happen 🙌🏼

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