Malaysia Airlines will increase its domestic and international connectivity beginning June and July respectively. The airline will adjust its network capacity from time to time for both domestic and international destinations.
The frequency of domestic flights for June and July are as follows:
|Kuala Lumpur – Alor Setar/Johor Bahru/Kota Bharu/Langkawi/Terengganu/
|June and July||2 times weekly|
|Kuala Lumpur – Kuantan/Bintulu/Sibu||June and July||Once a week|
|Kuala Lumpur – Penang/Kuching||June||3 times weekly|
|Kuala Lumpur – Kuching||July||5 times weekly|
|Kuala Lumpur – Dhaka/Kathmandu/London/Osaka/Narita/
|July||2 times weekly
*Kuala Lumpur – Melbourne (1 until 18 July)
|Kuala Lumpur – Chennai/Hyderabad/Mumbai/Bangalore/
|July||Once a week
*Kuala Lumpur – Sydney (6 until 31 July)
|Kuala Lumpur – Manila||July||3 times weekly|
|Kuala Lumpur – Jakarta/Bangkok||July||4 times weekly|
|Kuala Lumpur – Singapore||July||5 times weekly|
Malaysia Airlines has implemented various enhanced safety measures and protocols in coordination with health and airport authorities to ensure passengers’ health and wellbeing are taken care of. All Malaysia Airlines frontliners on ground and onboard are required to wear personal protective equipment and their health screened daily. Even upon arrival, passenger luggage will be sanitized. Malaysia Airlines Golden Lounges is planned to be re-opened on 1 July 2020.
The airline also ensures all its aircraft are cleaned and disinfected before and after every flight, while lavatories will be kept clean during flight by cabin crew at regular intervals. Other inflight services such as reading material, inflight duty-free and retail will continue to be suspended for the time being.
Passengers looking for flights to return home on Malaysia Airlines may book their tickets on Malaysia Airlines’ official website at malaysiaairlines.com or via Malaysia Airlines’ app.