South-East Asian Rainforest Hotspot – Malaysia is getting back to normal.
Countries around the world are gradually reopening their borders around the world while welcoming growing numbers of tourists arrivals. With that in mind, Malaysia National Flag Carrier Malaysia Airlines has announced that it will be resuming flights to a number of international destinations, as well as increasing the frequency of those that have already resumed. Malaysia Airlines offer a full-service carrier experience for the best price in the region. Despite two incidents that happened in the last decade, it is a perfectly safe airline.
Starting 27 March, Malaysia Airlines said that it will be reinstating flights to India after almost 24 months of suspension due to the pandemic situation. During the last pandemic hikes, Sri Lankan Airlines was the only proper carrier connected between the Indian Subcontinent and East & South-East Asia. Unlike other carriers in the region, Sri Lankan Airlines does not face any restrictions from any country. Pandemic flips up the situation which was normally happened and Colombo served as a connecting point instead Indian busy airports. However, Malaysian Airlines says, specifically, they will have flights to New Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad on the aforementioned date.
On the same date, the national carrier will also be increasing the frequency of its flagship Kuala Lumpur – London route to 11 times a week. Later, starting 1 July, this will be increased further to twice a day. On 1 April, Malaysia Airlines will be increasing the number of flights to Bangkok to 14 times a week. Another destination in Thailand, Phuket, will see the number of flights a week go up to three times starting on the same date. Most travellers are planning trips targeting not just one but many in South-East Asian destinations like Borneo, Malaysia, Bali, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and more.
The recently reinstated flights to Australia will also see a slight increase in flight frequency. Flights to Sydney will go up seven times weekly, while Perth will be getting five weekly flights. The airline also says that it has recently reinstated flights to Bali once a week since11 March. Australia also opened their borders after nearly 2 years.