Top News Malaysia Airlines scales down operations amid MCO 3.0 By TTG Asia / Posted on 8 June, 2021 12:42 Malaysia Airlines (MAS) has reduced its services by 85 per cent across its network during the nationwide movement control order, from June 1 to 14. However, the airline will continue to facilitate essential domestic and international travels as well as cargo movement, it said in a statement. Malaysia Airlines operating limited service with 85 per cent reduction across its network during MCO 3.0 MAS said due to travel uncertainty, it has also extended its rebooking travel flexibility by a year, offering customers longer ticket validity until December 31, 2022 with a one-time fare difference and service fee waiver. Eligible customers can rebook their travels on or before June 30, 2022 for travel to be completed by December 31, 2022. Previously, the airline offered customers the flexibility to rebook their travels on or before June 30, 2021 for travel to be completed by December 31, 2021. Group CEO of Malaysia Aviation Group, Izham Ismail, said: “The recent spike in Covid-19 cases in Malaysia has moved us to prioritise further the safety and health of our passengers and employees. With customers being the centre of gravity, we hope the extended travel rebooking flexibility regardless of the class fare will provide the certainty and peace of mind that their tickets remain eligible for future travel with us.” As Malaysia continues to impose quarantine order for international arrivals, MHholidays, the tour operating arm of MAS, has recently started offering quarantine packages at hotels approved by Malaysia’s Ministry of Health. These packages include complimentary transport from the airport.