Lion Air Group Temporarily Suspends Flights to and from Malaysia, Here's the Explanation
This step was taken to support the control of the national movement by the Malaysian Government by banning its people from leaving the country..
This step was taken to support the control of the national movement by the Malaysian Government by banning its people from leaving the country, as well as restricting all tourists.
"This temporary delay is also carried out based on company recommendations and according to the conditions that are currently developing, in an effort to ward off (preventive measures) against the spread of Corona virus disease (Covid-19)," Lion Air's Strategic Corporate Communication Danang Mandala Prihantoro said in his written statement, Wednesday.
Danang added, his party had already provided information regarding temporary delays to all guests or passengers.
Lion Air Group facilitates all prospective passengers who have already purchased the tickets (issued ticket) with a refund according to the applicable conditions, and will be given the option to reschedule depending on seat availability.
"Lion Air Group always coordinates with all relevant parties, regulators to monitor developments," said Danang.
During this period, Lion Air Group will continue to provide connectivity by operating domestic flights in Malaysia by Malindo Air between Kuala Lumpur and Kota Kinabalu; Kuala Lumpur and Kuching; Kuala Lumpur and Penang; also Kuala Lumpur and Langkawi. (*)
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