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Monday 30 August 2021

Good news for flyers from Britain to Asian destinations

British Airways customers will get added connectivity across south-east Asia when flying into Singapore as Covid-19 lockdowns ease.

BA customers can now connect to multiple destinations in the ASEAN region on Jetstar Asia services from Singapore's Changi Airport, Travel Mole reports.

Eligible British Airways A customers will now be able to connect to Bangkok, Phuket, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Jakarta, Surabaya, Manila, Clark, Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City on flights operated by Jetstar Asia.

Baggage can be through checked in to their final destination with boarding passes given to connecting passengers on arrival at Changi Airport.

Customers will then be guided to the Transit Holding Area in the terminal.

"We are delighted to be able to offer new travel options on Jetstar Asia to customers connecting via Singapore," said Noella Ferns, British Airways' head of sales for the Asia Pacific region.

"We welcome this opportunity as it provides our customers great flexibility and options to travel to their favourite destinations in Asia."

British Airways has also introduced a number of measures at airports and onboard to look after the safety of its customers and crew. 

These include social distancing measures, the wearing of face masks (which remain in place) and hand sanitiser stations. 

Before travel, customers will also receive details of how they can prepare for their journey, including information on discounted testing providers.

Australians, of course, are still in an international lockdown thanks to the incompetence of the Morrison Government when it comes to getting people vaccinated.

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