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Airlines Flight Status From and Out Of Malaysia During Coronavirus Outbreak

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After New Zealand, Malaysia is progressing to zero COVID-19 cases. In fact, Thailand and Singapore also progressing for zero cases. Latest, KKM mentioned that they planned to open border to green zone countries such as Singapore, Brunei, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and South Korea but this is still pending and the midst of discussions. But, some country has started its flight operation including Malaysia. Malaysia has started its flight operation but strictly for domestic travelling. If you have booked or planning to book a flight, check out their latest policy here. Here are airlines flight status due to coronavirus that will be beneficial for Malaysian travellers.

Airlines Flight Status Coronavirus
Air AsiaYesNo
Malaysia AirlinesYesNo
Malindo AirYesNo
Garuda IndonesiaN/ANo
Thai AirwaysN/ANo
Singapore AirN/ANo
Vietnam AirlinesN/ANo
Qatar AirlinesN/ANo
Cathay PacificN/ANo
Saudia AirlinesN/ANo
Turkish AirlinesN/ANo
Silk AirN/ANo

Yes: Flights are available and allowed to operate
No: The flights are not available due to lockdown
N/A: There are no services for this operation

If you want to know more about airlines flight status during this pandemic of coronavirus, do not forget to check out the IATA travel regulations map. IATA will update from time to time. Hopefully, things will get better soon so everyone can travel to their preferred destination. Here are some tips for travellers when booking a hotel during COVID-19 outbreak.

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