With the relaxing of travel, business, and social restrictions under the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), Malindo Air is resuming flights to almost all its domestics destinations in Malaysia, effective 12 June 2020. The low-cost airline is also kicking off its Balik Raya promo deals, with one-way fares starting from MYR199.
Malindo Air is reinstating daily flights from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang to Kota Bharu; Penang; Alor Setar; Johor Bahru; Kuala Terengganu; and Langkawi. Its Ipoh-Johor Bahru services will also resume on 12 June with three flights a week.
Besides, flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Langkawi will fully resume.
If you’re planning to fly soon, Malindo Air has kicked off its Balik Raya promo campaign. Get one-way fares for travel within Peninsular Malaysia from Subang Airport, from MYR199. One-way fare between KLIA and Kuching start from MYR389, while one-way fare from KLIA to Kota Kinabalu is from MYR389.
The booking period is from now until 21 June 2020, for travel periods from now until 27 September 2020.
For customers whose flights were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic will retain the full value of the unused portion of their tickets in the form of travel vouchers. Malindo Air has kindly extended the redemption period of the travel vouchers to 12 months, with the travel period up to 11 months ahead of the redemption date.
A passenger redeeming his voucher in March 2021 will be able to book his flight up to February 2020. Passengers can also transfer the value of the travel vouchers to family and friends or use it as gift vouchers.
Travellers flying with the airline are required to understand and strictly adhere to and health and immigration requirements, as well as travel restrictions outlined by the government.
“Malindo Air is fully supporting the government’s effort in gradually relaxing its restrictions during the Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO). This re-start to our domestic travel by lifting the travel restrictions is an important part of the economic recovery because about 10% of the world’s GDP is from tourism and much of that depends on air travel. Getting people safely flying again will be a powerful economic boost,” said Capt Mushafiz bin Mustafa Bakri, chief executive officer of Malindo Air.
For the latest updates, visit https://malindoair.com
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