British Airways resumes Singapore-Sydney flights

The first flight is scheduled for 28 March, operated by a Boeing 787-9.

British Airways (BA) resumes flights between Singapore and Sydney, with first flight scheduled for 28 March 2022. The announcement follows Australia’s plans to reopen borders to fully vaccinated international travellers.

The first flight on BA15 will be operated by a Boeing 787-9 and is scheduled to depart from London on 27 March and will arrive in Singapore on 28 March at 1745 local time. The flight will depart from Singapore on 28 March at 1925 local time and arrive in Sydney on 29 March at 0610 local time.

The returning flight on BA16 will depart from Sydney at 1550 local time and will arrive in Singapore at 2105 local time. Thereafter, it will depart at 2235 local time connect to London Heathrow.

In line with Covid-safe protocols, BA has introduced measures at the airport and on board to manage safety and hygiene. Key surfaces such as seats, screens, seat buckles and tray tables are sanitised after every flight, and each aircraft is completely cleaned from nose to tail every day.

Passenger comfort and wellbeing while in-cabin is ensured with HEPA-filtered air that is recycled once every two to three minutes, which remove microscopic bacteria and virus clusters with over 99.9% efficiency, equivalent to hospital operating theatre standards.

As part of BA’s Better World Sustainability programme, passengers will be offered new plant-based menus across its lounges, while single-use plastic bottles will be removed, with new water stations in its place.



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