British Airways to resume Sydney via Singapore in 2021

British Airways is resuming its flight to Sydney via Singapore in 2021. British Airways has confirmed that from March 28, 2021, it will operate the long-haul route on the new B787-9 aircraft.
Following the COVID outbreak last April 2020, Airways suspended its flight to Sydney. The British flag carrier is now announcing a March 2021 restart of its London-Singapore-Sydney service from March 2021, but that seems subject to adjustment, of course.

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Changes of Aircraft from 777-300ERs to Boeing 787-9

British Airways confirmed the flight time of 22 hours and 50 minutes from London to Sydney for its new 787-9 aircraft. British Airways intends to substitute its Boeing 777-300ERs for Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner via Singapore on the long-haul route to Sydney.

Same routes with different aircraft

Qatar Airways flying with Boeing 777-300ER for London-Doha-Sydney routes where Singapore Airlines provides service with Airbus A350-900 on London-Singapore and Boeing 777-300ER on Singapore-Sydney route.