Malaysia Airlines has announced intentions to develop its international network in anticipation of the relaxation of most COVID-19 border restrictions in Malaysia on April 1.
The carrier’s Kuala Lumpur (KUL)-London Heathrow (LHR) service, which began as a 2X-weekly route in July 2020, will grow to 11X-weekly on March 27 and 2X-daily on July 1.
After a two-year hiatus, Malaysia Airlines will restart its service to India, with flights from KUL to Bangalore (BLR), Chennai (MAA), Hyderabad (HYD), Mumbai (BOM), and New Delhi (NDL) (DEL).
Malaysia Airlines will enhance frequency on the KUL-Bangkok (BKK) route from daily to twice-daily beginning April 1. KUL-Phuket (HKT) service will be increased from 1X to 3X weekly on the same date.
On March 11, the carrier resumed 1X-weekly KUL-Bali (DPS) service, as well as flights to Australia, with KUL-Sydney (SYD) service increasing from 5X-weekly to daily beginning April 1. The carrier’s KUL-Perth (PER) service will also increase from 2X to 5X weekly on that day.