News related to the global COVID-19 pandemic, including disruptions, refunds and resumptions
As the country reopens its borders, travellers from China will have different conditions to fulfil depending on their destination.
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The relaunch of AirAsia X Group announced in July 2022 is gaining momentum as travel demand returns. Three key areas lead the way.
Malaysia relaxes the face mask mandate for airline passengers in commercial aircraft except where usage is compulsory in destination countries.
Hong Kong scraps quarantine from 26th September 2022 for all arrivals after more than 2.5 years. Testing and self monitoring are still required.
A Japan tourist visa is currently required for all travellers to Japan, who must currently book using a travel agent.
Malaysia has removed the Travellers Pass requirement for Malaysian citizens returning to the country from 4th July 2022.
Visitors to the tropical Kingdom will welcome the removal of Thailand Pass scheme and the health insurance requirement from 1st July 2022.
AirAsia X is back with favourite destinations as well as new routes which will be added as more aircraft return to service.