By British Airways on October 5, 2020
British Airways resumes its flights to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from today after a gap of six months. The airline will resume four flights a week from Kuala Lumpur, giving customers in Malaysia convenient flying options for those who want to travel direct to the UK or beyond.
British Airways will be able to take all eligible customers* to London and beyond on the airline’s current flight network. Customers can book directly with British Airways by visiting ba.com, or by contacting their travel agent.
Moran Birger, Head of Sales, Asia Pacific and the Middle East at British Airways, said: “After a long period of uncertainty caused by the global pandemic, we are glad to be able to offer four flights a week from Kuala Lumpur to London Heathrow, UK. We know many of our customers in Malaysia have been waiting to be reunited with their loved ones or to travel for business and these flights will give them the opportunity to do that.”
The group chief executive officer (CEO) of Malaysia Airports, Dato’ Mohd Shukrie Mohd Salleh said, “To date, we have around 33 airlines that are operating in KL International Airport (IATA Code: KUL). British Airways will be the third airline offering the Europe flight route. Malaysia Airports is glad that more international airlines are resuming their flight operations at KUL. We will continue to do our best in ensuring a safe airport experience for our passengers. We remain strictly guided by the International Air Transport Association and Airports Council International as well as the local authorities on all health and security protocols.”
In response to Covid-19, British Airways has introduced a range of measures to keep its customers safe and is asking customers to abide by the new measures to help manage the wellness of everyone travelling.
The airline is cleaning all key surfaces including seats, screens, seat buckles and tray tables after every flight and each aircraft is completely cleaned from nose to tail every day. The air on all British Airways flights is fully recycled once every two to three minutes through HEPA filters, which remove microscopic bacteria and virus clusters with over 99.9% efficiency, equivalent to hospital operating theatre standards.