Malaysia Airlines cancels Sabah, Sarawak flights due to Mt Ruang eruption


PETALING JAYA: Flights from Kuala Lumpur to destinations in Sabah and Sarawak have been cancelled due to the eruption of Mount Ruang in Indonesia, says Malaysia Airlines (MAB).

It said this in a post on its official Facebook page, in which it gave a list of all flights affected. These flights are;

To/from Sabah

  • MH7420 (KUL-TWU)
  • MH7421 (TWU-KUL)
  • MH2612 (KUL-BKI)
  • MH2621 (BKI-KUL)
  • MH2710 (KUL-SDK)
  • MH2711 (SDK-KUL)
  • MH2610 (KUL-BKI)
  • MH2611 (BKI-KUL)
  • MH7404 (KUL-BKI)
  • MH7405 (BKI-KUL)
  • MH2613 (BKI-KUL)

To/from Sarawak

  • MH2520 (KUL-KCH)
  • MH2513 (KCH-KUL)
  • MH2542 (KUL-KCH)
  • MH2543 (KCH-KUL)
  • MH2574 (KUL-MYY)
  • MH2575 (MYY-KUL)
  • MH2742 (KUL-BTU)
  • MH2473 (BTU-KUL)

"Concurrently, the airline is working to accommodate passengers affected by the cancellation of flights on alternative flights once the situation progressively improves," added MAB.

It said that it is continuing to closely monitor developments and will issue further updates on flight cancellations on its social media pages along with communicating information directly to affected customers.

"Passengers are urged to update their contact details via My Booking on Malaysia Airlines’ website to receive timely updates from time to time via email and SMS.

The safety of our passengers and crew remains of utmost importance to Malaysia Airlines," it said.

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