Malaysia Airlines (MAS) plans to resume services from Kota Kinabalu to Perth and Osaka Kansai in December.
It will operate a weekly Kota Kinabalu-Perth and twice-weekly Kota Kinabalu-Osaka Kansai services from 9 and 20 December respectively, using Boeing 737-800 aircraft, says the carrier.
On 1 December, MAS will add two flights a week on the Kota Kinabalu-Hong Kong route, increasing its services to nine times weekly.
The airline suspended its services from Kota Kinabalu to Osaka Kansai, Tokyo Haneda, Seoul Incheon and Perth in January and February.
Innovata schedules show that MAS will be the only operator on the two routes. It competes with AirAsia and Dragonair on the Kota Kinabalu-Hong Kong route.