AirAsia to Resume Commercial Operations in Malaysian Routes from May 18
Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia will resume operations on Indonesia-Malaysian routes from May 18. AirAsia temporarily suspended its operations from April 1, 2020, due to the spread of Covid-19. However, the low-cost carrier will resume operations as the situation is getting stable, and the spread of the deadly virus is stopping slowly. Veranita Yosephine, who is the president of AirAsia, noted that since the spread of Covid-19 is decreasing in Malaysian countries, AirAsia will resume flights from May 18. However, the decision will be reviewed, and all the necessary health standards will be followed by the carrier to ensure safe air travel.
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