Malindo Air earlier today has announced that its domestic services will be available once again starting from 27 April onwards. This is despite the fact that the Movement Control Order has been extended until 12 May.
Travelers can choose to fly from either Subang SkyPark or KL International Airport (KLIA) depending on their destinations. From Subang, available destinations include Penang, Langkawi, Alor Setar, Kuala Terengganu, Kota Bharu, and Johor Bharu. On another hand, KLIA will be serving flights to Penang, Kuching, and Kota Kinabalu.
However, only one flight is available to and from each destination per day as stated on its official website. Bookings can be made immediately although the airline has put a notice on its website that passengers must make sure that they already obtain approvals from authorities if their travel day is within the MCO period.
Additionally, it is also compulsory for passengers to bring and wear their own face mask before they can fly with Malindo Air. Prior to this, Malaysia Airlines has also imposed similar rules on its passengers.