The Gulf carrier is not allowed to fly passengers to the territory for the remainder of this month.
The first of its reinstated double-decker superjumbos will take off for Heathrow on November 18.
The embattled airline is planning a return to at least 10 major cities in both Asia and Europe in just a few weeks’ time.
Tough border restrictions in Western Australia have forced the airline to seek out an alternative to Perth for the Kangaroo Route.
A new destination is being tacked onto the Singapore–Seattle route from early December to the middle of February.
Passengers in all cabin classes will get to enjoy popular TV series screened only in the Americas and Europe.
Singapore Airlines’ low-cost subsidiary will operate the route with Boeing 787-8 Dreamliners.
Five of the superjumbos will be returning to service as the airline ramps up flights across its global network.
The South Asian carrier has been banned from landing in the territory for the next two weeks.