Airlines get nod to increase flight frequency to Sarawak

Desmond Davidson

Singapore's Scoot is among the airlines allowed to ply the Kuching-Kuala Lumpur route. – EPA pic, June 30, 2020.

SINGAPOREAN budget carrier Scoot will increase its flight frequency between Kuching and the island republic to twice weekly from next month, while its Malaysian counterpart, Malindo, will double its number of flights from seven to 14 on the Kuching-Kuala Lumpur route.

Other domestic airlines – Malaysia Airlines, AirAsia and MasWings – will also increase their number of flights after Sarawak’s Disaster Management Committee (SDMC) approved their requests to increase the frequency of scheduled flights until the end of August, Sarawak Transport Minister Lee Kin Shin announced today.

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