After a two-year suspension caused by the coronavirus, 27 March India opened international air borders. Malaysian carrier AirAsia said in a press release that flights will gradually resume on six routes between India and Malaysia and five — between India and Thailand.
Some of AirAsia's scheduled flights are already operating: Bangalore-Kuala — Lumpur and Chennai — Kuala Lumpur began on April 1, flights from Tiruchirapalli, in southern India, to Kuala Lumpur started on April 5.
Flights on Kochi — Kuala Lumpur, Kolkata — Kuala Lumpur and Hyderabad — Kuala Lumpur will start on April 18, April 23 and May 1, respectively.
The Malaysian carrier announced that flights to the capital of Thailand will begin in less than a month, in early May. Flights to Bangalore — Bangkok, Chennai — Bangkok, Kolkata — Bangkok, Kochi — Bangkok and Jaipur — Bangkok will resume between May 1 and May 4, 2022.