Monday 4 July's QF1 (A388 VH-OQJ) arrived in SIN on Tuesday 5 at 0149 hours, 214 minutes late and took off for LHR at 0418, so London at gate arrival should be at approximately 1030 hours, 235 minutes behind the eight ball.

Tuesday's QF1 (the 1555 hours) will not depart until at least 2010 hours. Is this due to pilots being unavailable (given the need for many mandated rest hours, which combined with influenza/COVID absences may make staffing challenging) given the huge amount of continual late running? QF2 (VH-OQK) was airborne from SIN last night at 2243 hours, arriving SYD this morning at 0817, 187 minutes tardy.

B789 VH-ZNJ is on QF9 that arrived PER on Monday at 1851, 96 late, and then took off at 2101 hours with Tuesday LHR arrival becoming an estimated 0625, 80 minutes tardy.

It is unusual for QF71 from PER up to SIN to be delayed but on Monday, A332 VH-EBE arrived at 1819, 59 minutes late. The returning 1840 hours QF72 arrived PER on Tuesday 5 at 0052, a very similar 62 minutes behind the timetable.

QF163, Monday's early evening 1840 hours SYD - WLG is instead departing on Tuesday 5 (today) at 1300 hours. Perhaps QFi was ashamed of the adverse publicity it received in the 'NZ Herald' (see separate thread under 'Qantas')?

A333 VH-QPC arrived MNL last night at 2138 hours, 168 minutes behind schedule, and then departed as QF20, airborne at 2318 hours. SYD arrival this morning should be 0935 hours, 185 minutes late.

The 0930 hours SYD - ZQN, QF121, is estimated to depart at 1100.

B789 VH-ZNE is on QF64, the JNB - SYD long redeye that ought pull in to its SYD gate this arvo at 1416 hours, 49 minutes late.

A332 VH-EBQ is on QF70 from DEL overnight to MEL, with gate arrival suggested as 1429 this afternoon, 89 minutes late.