Phnom Penh: Since the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak in early 2020, casing Malaysia Airlines canceled most of the flights in the past four months because of other countries’ restrictions. Now the Malaysia Airlines starting back to provide flight service again from Phnom Penh to Kuala Lumpur and other international destinations which started from July 2020 onward on 3rd, 17th, and 31st.
The new schedule of flight reinstated is limited, please find below detail for your information. “In August, there are two flights operated per week every Tuesday and Friday, in September and October 2020 we will be operated three flights per week every Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday. The Malaysia Airlines expected from November onward will be a normal schedule will resume back in two daily flights as before”.
To welcome flight resume back, Malaysia Airlines and Tourism Malaysia have been cooperated and offer a special group deal (25+1) to motivate all travel agencies, organizations, and company partners in Cambodia who would like to travel or do a business’s meeting at Malaysia.
For every group booking request with Malaysia Airlines from 25pax will get one complimentary free ticket for traveling the same period. This is offered only to Malaysia and Domestic Malaysia such as Penang, Langkawi, Sarawak, Johor Bahru.
The promotion is running two months period starting from 1st August to 30th September 2020, and the Travel period is unlimited based on inventory open.
Please make group inquiry during the sales period, and contact to Malaysia Airlines Sales team as below email or contact sharing: Mr. Ros Thosathya by Telephone number: (+855) 15 868 747 and email: [email protected] Ms. Sun Sina by Telephone: (+855) 16 697 397 and email: [email protected]
Or directly to head office by address No 445, Preah Monivong Blvd, Prince Phnom Penh Tower 9th Floor, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia.
Tourism Malaysia would like to take this opportunity to announce that Malaysia has reopened the country’s international borders for Healthcare Travellers.
Healthcare Travellers and their companion(s) who are allowed entry into Malaysia for healthcare treatments must comply with immigration regulations as facilitated by Malaysia Healthcare Travel Council (MHTC), including an isolation period of 14 days within the appointed MHTC member hospital, while strictly adhering to the applicable isolation protocols in the hospital.
The Malaysian Government has recently approved three phases that aim to regulate Healthcare Travellers coming into the country:
- Phase 1, patient entry during the RMCO and the imposition of international travel restrictions. Healthcare Traveler also requires traveling into the country via medical evacuation planes, chartered flights, or private jets.
- Phase 2, patient entry from green zone countries using commercial aircraft as well as medical evacuation planes, chartered flight, or private jets.
- Phase 3, the patient entry following relaxation on international travel restrictions.
During the RMCO, healthcare travelers must comply with the previously determined Phase 1 SOPs. In this initial phase, patients who undergo healthcare treatments in Malaysia must adhere to the following procedures:
- Travel using chartered flights, or air ambulance (travel using commercial aircraft is not permitted).
- Only 1 (one) companion is allowed for adult patients, while pediatric patients are allowed to bring 2 (two), companions.
- Patients and their companions must undergo isolation of 14 days at the hospital.
- Patients and their companions must undergo three COVID-19 PCR tests:
- Test 1, three days before departure at approved centers.
- Test 2, upon arrival at the hospital.
- Test 3, on the 13th day of isolation.
- COVID-19 PCR tests are mandatory for patients and their companions.
- Only patients and their companions who pass the initial COVID-19 PCR test can travel to Malaysia.
- Following the completion of the treatment, patients and their companions are required to take a final PCR test. If their COVID-19 test results are negative, they will then be allowed to return home to Cambodia.
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