Malaysia Airlines will be operating limited flights for guest who may want to return home.
|Kuala Lumpur – Auckland||MH145||3,5,10,12,19,26||3,10,17|
|Auckland – Kuala Lumpur||MH144||4,6,11,13,20,27||4,11,18|
|Kuala Lumpur – Melbourne||MH149||1,4,8,11,15,22,29||6,13|
|Melbourne – Kuala Lumpur||MH148||2,5,9,12,16,23,30||7,14|
|Kuala Lumpur – Sydney||MH123||2,7,9,14,16,21,28||5,12|
|Sydney – Kuala Lumpur||MH122||3,8,10,15,17,22,29||6,13|
|Kuala Lumpur – Perth||MH127||6,13,20,27||4,11|
|Perth – Kuala Lumpur||MH126||7,14,21,28||5,12|
|Kuala Lumpur – Jakarta||MH721||2,9,16,23,30||7,14|
|Jakarta – Kuala Lumpur||MH720||2,9,16,23,30||7,14|
|Kuala Lumpur – Guangzhou||MH376||6,13,20,27||4,11|
|Guangzhou – Kuala Lumpur||MH377||6,13,20,27||4,11|
|Kuala Lumpur – London||MH2||1-30||1-31|
|London – Kuala Lumpur||MH3||1-30||1-31|
Guest planning to fly in the coming days should take note of the following advise regarding travel to the airport and documents to bring with you.
Movement Restrictions in Malaysia
Tighter movement restrictions come into effect on 01 April 2020. Taxi and e-haling services will no longer be permitted between 10pm and 6am. You should travel to the airport well ahead of your flight. Alternatively, you may want to stay as close to the airport as possible.
Documents to Carry
All travellers should carry copies of relevant travel documents including passports, itineraries and printed tickets.
Currently many countries are in lockdown and only permit entry to citizens or permanent residents. Please ensure you have the proper documentation before booking your travel.
Malaysians are currently not permitted to travel overseas due to the Movement Control Order. Malaysians returning home will be sent to the government quarantine centres to be quarantined for 14 days effective 03 April 2020.