Now, maybe some people can fly

Now, maybe some people can fly

As the Malaysian government ponders easing lock down rules and restarting some airline services, possibly by the middle of June, AirAsia is dusting off some of its regional routes in the hope of getting them off the ground shortly thereafter.

From Kuala Lumpur there are two daily flights to singapore and one a day to Ho Chi Minh City and Jakarta pencilled in. There will also be four a week to Chennai, Dhaka, Yangon, Manila and Medan. Three flights a week are planned to Bangalore, Tiruchirapalli and Phnom Penh.

There are also plans for flights from Penang to Singapore and Medan and from Kuching to Singapore.

The country’s Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) expires in June 9 and services are scheduled to kick off around the 10th. However the government has yet to make a final decision on whether the order will be extended or not.

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Online reservations appear to be open already but before booking anything it would probably be a good idea to check what restrictions and requirements may be in place at your intended destination or anywhere you might need to transit through.

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