Hong Kong and Singapore are finalising details of a travel bubble, with a Hong Kong minister telling reporters people could be flying as soon as the end of this month.
Speaking to reporters on Sunday, Secretary for commerce and economic development Edward Yau said it was likely travel agencies could start selling tickets for the flights – expected to be at least daily – from mid-November. He said more flights could be added if it proves popular, but there would also be measures in place to quickly suspend the arrangement if either city saw a resurgence in cases.
Singapore’s transport minister Ong Ye Kung told the Straits Times they are now looking to Malaysia for the next bubble.
“But as of now, the cases in Malaysia are…