Malaysian Government Extends the Nationwide Movement Restriction Order until 14 April 2020
Following the Malaysian Government directive on 25 March 2020, the Movement Control Order (MCO) is now extended until 14 April 2020.
The following movement restrictions which was imposed earlier remain unchanged.
- Malaysians are not allowed to leave the country, with those abroad allowed to return, subject to medical screenings upon arrival and self-quarantine for 14 days.
- Foreigners* are allowed to leave Malaysia but not allowed to enter. Passengers on transit are allowed to proceed to their onward destinations (subject to current protocols).
- Domestic air travel is restricted only from airports within Peninsular Malaysia.
- Crossings between Kuala Lumpur to/from Sabah and Sarawak are only allowed for those already in these states who wish to return to their home base. There will be no interruption to MASwings operations within Sabah and Sarawak at this time.
Malaysia Airlines will continue to operate to facilitate essential travel however, flight schedule is subject to change.
Guests with bookings for travel within the Order period but wish to travel immediately, may proceed to the airport for immediate re-booking subject to availability.
Guests with non-immediate flight departures (more than 48 hours to departure), can submit a change request online, via the online Assistance Request form at https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/my/en/advisory/coronavirus-entry-restrictions.html. This helps to ease congestion and allows us to prioritise those customers booked on immediate flights.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support.
*Please refer to Malaysia’s Immigration Department for further details
Last updated 26 March 2020, 2330hrs (GMT+8)