Qantas will resume flights to the UK from 1 July, two months earlier than originally planned.
The Australian carrier will resume flying to the UK and US earlier than expected as Covid vaccines from several different manufacturers emerge globally.
Last year, Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce indicated that international flights to the UK and US would not resume until late 2021 and that all passengers would be required to test negative before they are allowed to board.
The airline told Australia’s ABC News international schedules were being updated in response to developments, with ticket sales being brought forward.
"Recently we have aligned the selling of our international services to reflect our expectation that international travel will begin to restart from July 2021," a spokesperson told the news channel.