British Airways has resumed flights between London Heathrow and Singapore
British Airways has resumed flights between London and Singapore, following the relaxation of travel restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic between the two countries. Suspended since December, flights on London Heathrow and Singapore Changi have been resumed since early June.
British Airways has resumed flights between London Heathrow and Singapore.
There will be four weekly rotations, operated with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, configured with four classes. Departures are scheduled on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 local time to arrive in Singapore on the second day at 16:05 local time. Return flights will depart from South Asia on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 23:15 local time, to land in London the next morning at 05:50 local time.
Noella Ferns, Sales Director that "We are delighted to be able to reunite families and friends with our loved ones after such a long separation. The safety of our customers and colleagues has always been at the heart of everything we do. We have also introduced a number of precautions to ensure a stress-free and hassle-free journey. ”
British Airways competes on this route with Singapore Airlines and Qantas.
Flight operations are subject to possible changes to the schedule, and customers are advised to "Check the latest travel restrictions, regulations and requirements before buying your tickets".