AirAsia Malaysia starts flying again, passengers need to bring own masks


AirAsia resumes domestic flights operations in Malaysia, but passengers will need to follow Covid-19 safety measures. — AirAsia

AirAsia returns to the skies with domestic flights in Malaysia starting today (April 29), but passengers will need to follow Covid-19 safety measures.

Each passenger will need to bring their own mask and wear it properly before, during and after the flight, including during check-in and bag collection. Any guest without a mask will be denied boarding.

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