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The Sepang–based carrier has also enhanced its strategic partnership with Qatar Airways.
Initially, flights will run four times a week, with frequencies bumped up to daily from the middle of June.
The capital of Indonesia’s North Sumatra province will be served by the carrier on a twice-weekly basis.
Frequencies to Jakarta and Bali will be boosted in the weeks ahead in anticipation of increased demand for travel.
Regular services between Kuala Lumpur and Kochi, Kolkata, and Hyderabad will all resume by early May.
An ATR 42-500 owned by Berjaya Hotels & Resorts will pick up holidaymakers at Seletar Airport every week.
This month will see the restoration of the medium-haul budget carrier’s services between Kuala Lumpur and two major Asian capitals.
A planned codeshare agreement with IndiGo will provide direct connections to 50 cities across India.
Flight frequencies will also be boosted for Mauritius and Singapore ahead of the summer holidays.