AirAsia announced on Wednesday that it is resuming flights connecting India with Malaysia and Thailand from this month.
After two years of coronavirus-induced suspension, India resumed regular international flights on March 27.
In a press release, Malaysian carrier AirAsia said flights would gradually resume on six routes between India and Malaysia.
While the flights on the Bengaluru-Kuala Lumpur and Chennai-Kuala Lumpur routes started on April 1, the flight on the Tiruchirapalli-Kuala Lumpur route started on April 5, it said.
Flights on the Kochi-Kuala Lumpur, Kolkata-Kuala Lumpur and Hyderabad-Kuala Lumpur routes will start on April 18, April 23 and May 1 respectively, he noted.
The Malaysian carrier said flights on five India-Thailand routes will begin in May.
Flights to Bengaluru-Bangkok, Chennai-Bangkok, Kolkata-Bangkok, Kochi-Bangkok and Jaipur Bangkok will start on May 4, May 4, May 2, May 1 and May 1 respectively, it said.
AirAsia is different from the airline AirAsia India, which is based in India and belongs to the Tata group.
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