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Qantas is to bring forward its planned return of non-stop flights between London Heathrow and Perth.
Since Qantas resumed passenger flights between the UK and Australia all have operated non-stop to Darwin.
Qantas had planned to restore its non-stop link to Perth in June, at the same time as Airbus A380 flights to Sydney via Singapore.
This is now brought forward to Monday 23 May 2022. As before COVID-19, the flight will continue between Perth and Melbourne.
There have been reports of operational problems flying non-stop between Darwin and London, with passengers’ bags left behind in some instances.
Perth will also again a non-stop link to Rome shortly afterwards with a new seasonal Qantas service between 25 June and 6 October 2022.
At the time of publication, timetables on the Qantas website do not appear to have been fully updated. Inbound flights to London still show as operating from Darwin.
London – Perth – Melbourne
Flight QF10 Depart London Heathrow 11:55 – Arrive Perth 11:40
Flight QF10 Depart Perth 13:10 – Arrive Melbourne 18:40
Flight QF9 Depart Melbourne 15:15 – Arrive Perth 17:15
Flight QF9 Depart Perth 18:50 – Arrive London Heathrow 05:05
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