Malaysia’s SKS Airways is increasing its flights from Kuala Lumpur Subang to Malaysia’s Redang Island and Tioman Island next month due to rising demand with the lifting of travel restrictions.

SKS Airways says in a statement it will increase flights from Kuala Lumpur’s Subang Airport to Redang Airport and Tioman Airport to twice daily from four-times-weekly for the period 1 July-29 October.

The airline says its flights have been well received, by local and foreign tourists, following the lifting of international travel restrictions.

SKS Airways operates two De Havilland Aircraft of Canada Series 300 Twin Otters.


Picture Source: SKS Airways

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