Malaysia Airlines Cancels Flights To Sabah, Sarawak Due To Mount Ruang Eruption

Malaysia Airlines has announced the cancellation of multiple flights to and from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) to destinations in Sabah and Sarawak on April 18, 2024. The cancellation was due to the eruption of Moung Ruang, Indonesia.

The eruption has triggered safety concerns, prompting the airline to take precautionary measures to ensure the well-being of its passengers and crew.

Malaysia Airlines, on X said that they are closely monitoring the situation and will provide updates regarding flight cancellations through official channels and direct communication with affected customers.

In addition to monitoring developments, Malaysia Airlines is actively working to assist affected passengers by arranging alternative flights once conditions permit.

Passengers are encouraged to update their contact details via My Booking on the airline’s website to ensure they receive timely updates via email and SMS.

“The safety of our passengers and crew remains of utmost importance to Malaysia Airlines,” they said in a statement on X.

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