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Travel Advice for Travellers during the COVID-19 outbreak

[post_published]   While COVID-19 cases continue to rise and fall globally, governments around the world have imposed strict travel measures to curb the spread of COVID-19, including Malaysia. Here are some travel tips to smoothen your journey if you are required...

Departure Levy for ASEAN and non-ASEAN countries

From 1 September 2019, all outbound travellers are required to pay a departure levy for any ticket purchased, following an order from the Malaysian Government. This levy is collected by the Royal Malaysian Customs Department, on behalf of the...

Mount Agung eruption

Bali’s Mount Agung volcano eruption caused all flights in and out of the airport to be cancelled on Friday due to safety reasons. Whilst flights have returned to normal in Bali, travellers have been warned to stay clear of the immediate area around Mount Agung due to...

Pakistan airspace closure

Pakistan has shut its airspace following the violence with India over Kashmir. The Transport Ministry has informed all airlines operating in the country to avoid Pakistan airspace following its closure. However, travellers are advised to plan ahead and check the...

AirAsia’s reservation system upgrade is now postponed

The upgrade that was meant to be carried out from 19 January, Saturday at 2.00pm (GMT +8) to 20 January 2019, Sunday at 3.00am has now been postponed. The reservation system will function as normal this weekend. It is still advisable to check-in online ahead of time...

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