After two days of reduced flight schedules, London Heathrow airport is coming back to life. Following the reopening of Heathrow’s second runways Australia’s national carrier Qantas Airline has announced that it will be fully operational today and will return to its full flight schedule.
Authorities at UK’s only hub and biggest airport Heathrow have stated that the airport can now operate more than two-thirds of scheduled flights as it works to clear the backlog of passengers and planes.
The top destination of Qantas, flights to Sydney the capital of Australia will be among the resuming schedules. Yesterday, December 22nd Qantas also listed three out of its four daily flights from Heathrow as being on schedule. However, yesterday the Qantas flight to Sydney QF2 via Bangkok raised the ire of some stranded passengers by flying out half-empty. The second resuming flight yesterday was also flying to Sydney via Singapore flight number QF30 and the third operated flight was directed to Melbourne via Singapore, flight number QF10.
Among cancellations, Qantas flights to Melbourne via Hong Kong, flight number QF30 has been cancelled.
Qantas’s two daily flights to Sydney, one via Singapore and the other via Bangkok and the flight to Melbourne via Singapore and via Hong Kong are listed as confirmed and operational for today Thursday December 23rd. The Qantas Airline flight to Melbourne via Singapore with flight number QF10 is earmarked as Airbus A380. However travelers are advised to contact the airline or their travel agency to get up to date information about their flights status before leaving for the airports.