Qantas is moving up its starting date for resuming international flights with the announcement that it will begin flying from Sydney to Los Angeles and London beginning Nov. 1. The move came after a decision by the Sydney-based New South Wales government to drop quarantine and self-isolation requirements for fully vaccinated arrivals into Sydney Airport. Beginning Nov. 1, the carrier will fly 787-9 Dreamliners up to five times a week to and from London, and four times a week to and from Los Angeles. Qantas flights to other international destinations, including Singapore, Fiji and Vancouver, are scheduled to restart in mid-December. However, Qantas has said it may bring some of these restart dates forward if possible. For now, Australia is still not allowing most international travelers to enter the country, so the flights will be for Australians leaving the country, those who have been stranded outside the country to return home, residents and the immediate families of eligible travelers.