British Airways Boeing 787-9 Aircraft (British Airways photo)

British Airways to Resume Singapore – Sydney flights on 28 March 2022

British Airways is resuming its daily Singapore – Sydney service on 28 March 2022 after a two-year halt because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The plan to resume the daily stopover service follows the news that Australia is reopening its borders to fully vaccinated international travellers.

Flight BA15 will be operated on the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner and is scheduled to depart from London on 27 March 2022 and will arrive in Singapore on 28 March 2022 at 5.45pm local time. The flight will depart Singapore on 28 March 2022 at 7.25pm and arrive in Sydney on 29 March 2022 at 6.10am local time.

The return flight BA16 will depart from Sydney at 3.50pm local time and will arrive in Singapore at 9.05pm local time and then depart at 10.35pm local time to London Heathrow.

FlightFromToDeparture timeArrival Time
BA16 (Daily)SydneySingapore3.50pm9.05pm
BA16 (Daily)SingaporeLondon Heathrow10.35pm5.10am (next day)
BA15 (Daily)London HeathrowSingapore9.25pm5.45pm (next day)
BA15 (Daily)SingaporeSydney7.25pm6.10am (next day)
  • Schedule effective from 27 March but may be subject to change. Please check for latest updates.
  • Effective 03 April Australia Daylight Saving Time ends. Arrival/Departure time to/from Sydney will be set back by one hour.

British Airways has a flexible booking policy that allows customers to exchange their booking for a voucher or move their dates without incurring a change fee. British Airways’ online Covid hub includes information on flexible bookings, testing, how to use a voucher and what the British Airways flying experience looks like for those that haven’t travelled for some time.

To help customers navigate the changing entry requirement and facilitate a seamless journey, customers can choose to download the VeriFLY app before departing to London. The digital health app allows customers to combine their travel verification documents and Covid-19 test results in one place and confirming their eligibility with a few simple steps. 

British Airways is introducing new plant-based menus across its lounges, removing single-use plastic bottles, installing water stations and offering colleagues training in sustainability. For more information about our BA Better World Sustainability programme visit

 “We can’t wait to welcome our customers back on board our Sydney flights reuniting families and friends with their loved ones after such a long time apart. The safety of our customers and colleagues has always been at the heart of everything we do.  We know some customers won’t have flown for a long time, and we can assure them we have a range of Covid-19 measures in place to provide stress and hassle-free travel.”

Noella Ferns, British Airways’ Head of Sales, Asia Pacific
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