Friday, April 17, 2020

AirAsia To Resume Domestic Flights In Malaysia On 29 April: Open For Bookings Now

AirAsia has announced that it will resume domestic flights in Malaysia starting from 29 April 2020 onwards. This is after putting most of its operations into temporary hibernation since as early as 20 March due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Movement Control Order which caused the low-cost airline to lose majority of its customers.

However, this does not mean that AirAsia will fly to all of its domestic destinations immediately. The airlines stated that it will resume the operations starting with key domestic routers first before gradually expanding the availability further depending on how the government eases up travel restrictions.

Nevertheless, bookings are already open right now through AirAsia’s official website. Based on our quick check, destinations that are available on 29 April includes Penang, Kota Bharu, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching, Miri, Sibu, and of course, Kuala Lumpur.
According to its official announced, AirAsia is advising passengers that are planning to travel with the airline soon to adopt precautionary measures including wearing mask, social distancing, and high personal hygiene. The airline also stated that its aircrafts are fitted with hospital-standard HEPA filters and will be sent for disinfection after each flight.
Aside from Malaysia, AirAsia Group will also resume its domestic flights in Thailand, Philippines, India and Indonesia within May 2020. However, the status for its AirAsia X international service in Malaysia and Thailand is not yet known at the moment.

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