(25 Mar 2022, 11:46 +07)
Malaysia Airlines will increase flights on its
flagship Kuala Lumpur – London Heathrow route to 11 times weekly
on Sunday, 27 March, with plans to return to double daily from 1
On the same date, the national carrier will reinstate scheduled commercial services to
Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad in India, after a
suspension of almost
Starting 1 April 2022, the airline will
increase capacity to Bangkok from seven flights per week to 14 times
weekly and to Phuket from once-a-week to thrice weekly.
Malaysia Airlines A350-900 reg: 9M-MAC. Picture by Steven Howard of TravelNewsAsia.com
The carrier’s recently reinstated flights to
Australia will also see an increase from five times weekly to
seven times per week to Sydney and from two times weekly to five
times per week to Perth.
Airlines resumed a weekly flight to Bali on 11 March 2022.
The airline will also reopen its Golden Lounge at
the Satellite building in KL International Airport on 1 April
2022. The lounge will offer eligible customers with
buffet-style serving of a diverse range of local and western delicacies. All the airline’s lounges follow stringent
health and safety measures, mandatory use of face masks and
disposable gloves at the buffet area, and regular sanitisation of
Passengers are reminded to check entry and exit
requirements before their journeys, and to perform
online or mobile check-in to reduce interaction and avoid queues
at the airport.