Interesting. Hopefully this is what Qantas adopts. Can easily supply that kind of vaccination evidence. On the NSW govt website i notice it mentions that international arrivals must -From 01 November 2021, all Singapore Airlines flights to Sydney are ‘For Eligible Passengers Only' (FEPO) flights. While these FEPO flights can already be booked using cash, they can only be redeemed with miles starting 23 October 2021.
For Eligible Passengers Only (FEPO) flights
Singapore Airlines will begin flying quarantine-free For Eligible Passengers Only (FEPO) flights from Singapore to Sydney starting 01 November 2021.
To board this flight, all passengers must meet the following requirements:
- You are an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or their immediate family member.
- Being fully vaccinated with a TGA approved or recognised vaccine, such as Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Janssen-Cilag, Moderna, Coronavac, or Covishield. Children under the age of 12 and those who cannot be vaccinated due to a medical condition are exempted from this requirement.
- Presenting a vaccination certificate issued by a national/state-level public health authority or an accredited vaccination provider, in the form of a digital or paper certificate. A letter will not be accepted.
- Presenting a negative result for a PCR test taken within 72 hours before flight departure.
- Completing the Australia Travel Declaration at least 72 hours before flight departure.
- Further requirements may apply. Please check the latest requirements to confirm your eligibility before booking.
- prove full vaccination as recognised by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and have their vaccination status certified by the Commonwealth.
Anyway as I said we still have 6 weeks til we travel, no doubt a lot of things will become clearer in that time!