British Airways to renew Sydney-London flights – Enterprise Traveller

British Airways will function its first passenger flight between Sydney and London since April 2020 subsequent month.

This comes after the information that Australia is reopening its borders to totally vaccinated worldwide travellers on February 21.

Flight BA15 is scheduled to land in Sydney on March 29 at 0610, having departed London Heathrow on March 27 at 2125.

The returning flight BA16 will depart Sydney at 1550 on March 29, and land in London Heathrow on March 30 at 0510.

Each flights will probably be operated by B787 plane and embody a stopover of roughly 90 minutes at Singapore Changi airport.

These would be the first BA flights to the south-west Pacific since clients within the area turned eligible to hitch the airline’s Govt Membership loyalty programme in August 2021.

Noella Ferns, British Airways’ head of gross sales, Asia Pacific, mentioned:

“We will’t wait to welcome our clients again on board our Sydney to London flights and we will probably be honoured to play our half in reuniting households and buddies with their family members after such a very long time aside.

“The protection of our clients and colleagues has all the time been on the coronary heart of every little thing we do. We all know some clients gained’t have flown for a very long time, and we will guarantee them we’ve got a spread of Covid-19 measures in place to supply stress and hassle-free journey.

“Since we final flew this route, clients in Australia and the broader area can now be part of the Govt Membership and with the resumption of flights can lastly begin to entry a few of the wonderful advantages on supply.”

In the meantime Qantas resumed worldwide flights in November 2021, and had been attributable to restart its nonstop flights between Perth and London from March 27 however lately mentioned that it was reviewing these plans within the mild of Western Australia’s determination to delay the reopening of its borders.

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