Massive Discounts Across Airline Carriers As Interstate Travel Resumes In Malaysia

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  • Malaysia Airlines is providing one-way prices as low as RM59 and up to 50% off their MH Holiday packages.

  • AirAsia is offering one-way fares as low as RM12.

Massive Discounts Across Airline Carriers As Interstate Travel Resumes In Malaysia

As interstate travel begins today, local airlines have begun providing significant discounts to attract customers.

Malaysia Airlines is providing one-way prices as low as RM59 and up to 50% off their MHholiday packages, while AirAsia is offering one-way fares as low as RM12.

Malaysia Airlines group CEO Izaham Ismail said that removing the interstate travel restriction would provide a tremendous boost to companies, in an interview with Bernama.

“We have seen healthy forward booking, reflecting customer’s confidence and strong demand for travel with Malaysia Airlines.”

“We are happy to report that Malaysia Airlines recorded a 500 percent increase in our flight booking domestically, the highest booking following the reopening of Langkawi,” he added.

Meanwhile, Riad Asmat, CEO of AirAsia Malaysia, expressed a similar sentiment in celebrating the relaxation of the interstate travel ban.

“The government deserves the greatest credit for the successful rollout of the national vaccination programme which has now culminated in the safe resumption of domestic travel.”

“AirAsia will continue to work closely with all relevant regulators, the federal and state governments, civil aviation and health authorities to ensure the highest standards of compliance and conformance are in place for every single flight we operate,” Mr Asmat shared in a statement with Bernama.

source - CAPA

In a special press statement held on 10th October 2021, Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaacob announced the lifting of interstate travel ban for all those who have been fully vaccinated.

PM Sabri also shared the relaxation of restrictions for international travel bans for fully vaccinated Malaysians. Malaysians can now travel abroad without requiring Immigration Department’s MyTravelPass, however a mandatory 14-day quarantine period will be enforced upon return to Malaysia.

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