Malindo Air to resume domestic flights from June 12


  • Aviation
  • Thursday, 11 Jun 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: Malindo Air will be resuming flights to nearly all its domestic destinations from June 12 as the government has relaxed the rules on air travel in line with the recovery movement control order (RMCO).

The reinstated scheduled services include daily flights from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang to Kota Bharu; Penang; Alor Setar; Johor Baharu; Kuala Terengganu; and Langkawi.

The airline's Ipoh – Johor Baharu services will also resume with three flights a week.

Flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Kota Kinabalu; Kuching and Langkawi will also resume.

"Malindo Air is committed to deploying our flights and serving the needs of Malaysians traveling across the country.

"The gradual opening up of air travel is likely to be progressive, starting with domestic markets. We will certainly reinstate our international services around the networks in stages once the global health situation improves and regulatory restrictions are fully lifted.

"We hope travelers will be eager to recommence travel soon, which would benefit the industry again,” said Malindo Air CEO Mushafiz Mustafa Bakri in a statement.

Malindo customers whose flights were cancelled owing to the Covid-19 pandemic will retain the full value of the unused portion of their tickets in the form of travel vouchers.

The airline has extended the redemption period for the travel vouchers to 12 months, with the travel period being up to 11 months ahead of the redemption date.

These travel vouchers can also be transferred to family and friends or used as gift vouchers.
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