Singapore Airlines is planning to resume A380 services to Melbourne and Sydney in mid December, according to aviation blog, Airline Route.
Global Distribution Systems are said to be showing a resumption of the carrier’s superjumbo service from Singapore to Melbourne on December 16, with the outbound flight departing December 17.
SQ221 to Sydney is scheduled to begin the same day, December 16, with SQ231 to Sydney resuming on December 17.
However, a further change to the schedule remains a possibility.
The A380 flights were suspended earlier this month as the aircraft underwent engine checks following the Qantas A380 incident.
Airline Route has also indicated that Qantas will resume A380 Pacific services on December 15.