Malaysia Airlines will restart some of its international flights in July to facilitate essential travel, allowing families who have not been able to reunite due to travel restrictions across the globe.

The airline informs that passengers are, however, reminded to check entry and exit requirements before their journeys with travel restrictions remaining in place in most countries.

The airline said that the carrier will adjust its network capacity from time to time to ensure passenger demands are met, prior to normalising the schedule in October for both domestic and international destinations.

From July, the airline will resume some international flights to Singapore, Bangkok, Surabaya, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai, Taipei and Guangzhou among other cities.

The airline has also announced to recommence twice-weekly services between Kuala Lumpur and Dhaka, Kathmandu, London, Osaka, Narita, Icheon, Hong Kong, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Denpasar, Phuket and Cambodia from July.

Full schedule on international and other domestic operations can be viewed here. 

Malaysia Airlines’ Group chief executive officer, Captain Izham Ismail said, “We are pleased to announce the resumption of our services by increasing capacity to domestic and international routes and we look forward to welcoming our passengers back onboard. We shall continue to ensure their safety, health, as well as their comfort by introducing new initiatives aligned with international safety and health protocols, as part of our commitment to offering passengers peace of mind throughout their journey with us.”