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Malaysia Airlines will likely be rising its flight capability by over 70,000 seats on its continuous flight schedule from London Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur International Airport from March 27. This will see the nationwide service of Malaysia deliver again its MH1 and MH3 flights to 11-times-weekly till June 29.
A full return to a double daily service will start from June thirtieth onwards. This will considerably enhance the quantity of flights accessible for passengers forward of the eagerly awaited Malaysia border openings on April 1.
This is available in time for Easter and the European summer season and continues the resurgence of worldwide journey following the latest easing of Covid-19 restrictions throughout the UK and Europe.
It additionally coincides with different south-east Asian locations resembling Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam which have all introduced a rest of entry necessities for worldwide travellers who’ve been totally vaccinated.
This elevated capability offers better alternatives for higher connections throughout Europe and Asia Pacific and can permit passengers better flexibility to fly on the dates that go well with them finest.
Daniel Bainbridge, regional director UK & Europe, mentioned: “The additional enhance in capability of over 70,000 seats is a prime precedence for Malaysia Airlines on our flagship route and we stay the one continuous service between London and Kuala Lumpur.
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