Malaysia Airlines starts international flights at the beginning of July
Malaysia Airlines will resume a part of its international flights from 1 July. There will also be more domestic flights. In October Malaysia Airlines wants to return to the regular flight schedule. At the beginning of July Malaysia Airlines will fly from Kuala Lumpur twice a week to: Dhaka, Kathmandu, London, Osaka, Narita, Incheon, Hong Kong, Perth, Denpansar, Phuket and Cambodia (Phnom Penh Airport). The following destinations are flown in once a week: Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kochi, Sri Lanka, Taipei, Guangzhou, Surabaya, Adelaide and Brisbane. There will also be flights in July to Manila, Jakarta, Bangkok, Singapore and Melbourne.
Malaysia Airlines has several safety measures in place to make the situation on board of the aircraft as safe as possible. Temperature checks will be carried out before boarding. Passengers and crew members must also wear face masks. Passengers’ luggage will be disinfected and screens will be placed at the check-in desks at Kuala Lumpur airport. Topman Izham Ismail says the following about it:
We are pleased to announce the resumption of our services by increasing capacity on domestic and international routes. We look forward to welcoming our passengers back on board and will continue to ensure their safety, health and comfort with our safety and health protocols.
Photo: Malaysia Airlines – Sydney Airport