The Sun Daily has reported that beginning in June and July, Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB) has increased its domestic and international connectivity to facilitate essential travels locally and as other countries begin to lift border restrictions, the news source said.
It is also adjusting its network capacity from time to time to ensure passenger demands are met, prior to normalising the schedule in October for both domestic and international destinations.
In a statement, group CEO Captain Izham Ismail said the airline would continue to ensure passengers´ safety, health, as well as their comfort by introducing new initiatives aligned with international safety and health protocols, as part of its commitment to offer passengers peace of mind.
According to MAB, for June and July, flights between Kuala Lumpur and Alor Setar, Johor Baru, Kota Baru, Langkawi, Terengganu, Labuan, Miri, Sandakan as well as Tawau will be twice weekly. Flights from KL to Kuantan, Bintulu and Subu are once weekly.
In June, flights from KL to Penang and Kuching are scheduled three times a week.
From July onwards, between KL and Kuching will be five times a week. At the same time. flights between KL and Dhaka, Kathmandu, London, Osaka, Narita, Incheon, Hong Kong, Perth, Denpasar, Phuket and Cambodia will be twice a week.
Flights between KL and Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Bangalore, Cochin, Sri Lanka, Taipei, Guangzhou, Adelaide, Brisbane as well as Surabaya will be once a week.
Flights from KL to Manila are scheduled three times a week, KL to Jakarta and Bangkok will take place four times a week while KL to Singapore are will be five times a week.