SEPANG: AirAsia Malaysia is keeping track of the demand for worldwide flights as borders reopen globally, particularly within the Asean area, Bernama reported.
AirAsia Malaysia chief government officer Riad Asmat stated the demand could be dictated by how nations are adapting to the Covid-19 state of affairs in addition to the reopening of their borders.
“I applaud the federal government for what it’s doing. Non-quarantine touring is probably the most enticing factor for now,” he instructed a press convention to announce the airline’s reinstatement of six routes to India on the low-cost provider’s headquarters right here yesterday.
AirAsia will resume operations to Bengaluru, Kolkata, Kochi, Hyderabad, Chennai, and Tiruchirappalli with 71 weekly flights anticipated by year-end. The airline can be hoping to attain the pre-Covid capability of greater than 140 weekly companies to and from India.