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Malaysia's customs declaration form requirement dropped many years ago, has been reintroduced, effective immediately, for all travellers.
AirAsia’s FACES facial recognition system, first set up in Johor Senai Airport in 2018, now in use at Kuala Lumpur's klia2.
Thailand borders fully reopen 1st October 2022 and international travellers don't have to show proof of vaccination or ATK test results.
Malaysian Airlines have responded positively to the reinstatement of Category 1 ICAO rating to Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM).
Malaysia relaxes the face mask mandate for airline passengers in commercial aircraft except where usage is compulsory in destination countries.
Grab your AirAsia flights from RM13 by 2nd October and travel between 1st January and 28th October 2023.