The flight capacity of Malaysia Airlines is set to be increased to provide over 70,000 seats for its passengers of their scheduled flights that constantly flies between London Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur International Airport starting from 27 March.
This could possibly bring back the MH1 and MH3 flights of the national carrier of Malaysia up to 11 times each week until 29 June 2022. And from 30th June the daily flights will be doubled.
Since there are countless people waiting patiently for the borders of Malaysia to reopen on the 1st of April, there will be a remarkable number of flights available for the passenger.
Multiple countries across UK and Europe has eased off the COVID-19 travel regulations this year. This coming just in time for Easter and European summer has catapulted the recent number of international flights.
Some of the south-east Asian countries like Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam have also toned down the level of restrictions imposed upon the fully vaccinated international tourists.
The increased capacity will allow the passengers to flexibly book flights on their preferred date and time. This can also strengthen the connection and communication throughout Europe and the Asia Pacific.
The regional director of UK & Europe, Daniel Bainbridge, made a statement saying, “The further increase in capacity of over 70,000 seats is a top priority for Malaysia Airlines on our flagship route and we remain the only non-stop carrier between London and Kuala Lumpur. We now eagerly await the opening of Malaysian borders on April 1st for travellers who we know have been wanting to visit and look forward to welcoming them back on board with our signature Malaysian hospitality.”
For those who are planning to book a flight through Malaysia Airlines, know that what awaits them is nothing but the best Malaysian Hospitality has to offer.