PETALING JAYA: The reopening of the nation’s borders signifies a momentous occasion within the nation’s lengthy withstanding battle in opposition to the Covid-19 pandemic, says the Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG).
Its Group chief government officer Captain Izham Ismail mentioned the achievement was testomony to the concerted efforts and dedication proven by the federal government, frontliners and the general public to return collectively for the larger good of all.
“Through this, we are looking to achieve approximately 70% of our pre-Covid capacity by the end of 2022.
“MAG will continue to work closely with the relevant authorities to reinstate flights that have been temporarily suspended, while also increasing frequency to key markets in efforts to facilitate connectivity,” he mentioned, including that MAG anticipated a pent-up demand from each inbound and outbound travellers.
Captain Izham added that MAG appreciated the choice to simplify the usual working procedures to make sure travellers getting into Malaysia may accomplish that seamlessly.
“As an aviation player and travel service provider, we will continue playing our role to support Malaysia’s ‘Reopening Safely’ efforts while remaining vigilant to ensure the safety of our patrons.
“We look forward to welcoming travellers to experience inimitable Malaysian hospitality once again,” he mentioned.
On Tuesday (March 8), Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob mentioned Malaysia would start transitioning into the endemic section beginning April 1.
As part of the federal government’s ‘Reopening Safely’ plan, he added that Malaysia will reopen its borders to worldwide travellers from April 1 as properly.
Visitors and Malaysians who’ve been totally vaccinated in opposition to Covid-19 will not need to quarantine after they arrive.
They should, nevertheless, bear a RT-PCR check two days earlier than departure and an expert fast check (RTK-Antigen) upon arrival.