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The Malaysian low-cost carrier is also resuming passenger services to Japan and Hawaii in the coming months.
Nonstop services from Bangkok to Da Nang, Siem Reap, and Johor Bahru are running at least three times a week.
The low-cost carrier is reconnecting leisure travelers to two of the country’s most popular destinations.
Both carriers will return to the city in early July as it gradually emerges from its self-imposed isolation.
Regular services between Kuala Lumpur and Kochi, Kolkata, and Hyderabad will all resume by early May.
This month will see the restoration of the medium-haul budget carrier’s services between Kuala Lumpur and two major Asian capitals.
Holidaymakers will have more options when flying to Langkawi and destinations in Sabah and Sarawak.
A slew of border reopenings has prompted the low-cost carrier to restore much of its regional network.
Indonesia’s favorite island has been reconnected with Amsterdam, Melbourne, Singapore, and Sydney.