Another airline will resume international flights from Adelaide within the next few weeks as coronavirus restrictions continue to ease.
Malaysia Airlines will resume their service between Adelaide and Kuala Lumpur from early July, with a weekly service.
The news comes following Singapore Airlines’ announcement that its Adelaide to Singapore service would resume with weekly flights between the cities.
The Malaysia Airlines service will begin on Saturday July 4, arriving from Kuala Lumpur at 7am before departing at 9pm.
Despite the resumption of services, international travel restrictions remain in place for both nations with Australians needing to seek an exemption to travel.