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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.
The carrier has had to respond to the skyrocketing price of jet fuel driven by Russia’s war with Ukraine.
This April, the budget carrier will restart nonstop flights to three of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations.
Sydney will be the launch destination for the Malaysian medium-haul airline following its restructuring.
Services to the Cambodian capital are scheduled on a weekly basis, but the budget airline aims to go daily by the end of March.
The budget airline is ramping up connectivity between points in Sabah/Sarawak and destinations in the west.
Cathay Pacific, Thai Airways, and Air Canada are among the carriers penalized by local health authorities.