The airline said it recently had to operate a longer route to Europe, via Egyptian airspace, for safety reasons. (File/AP Photo)
Malaysia Airlines said Wednesday it has lifted a ban on check-in baggage on flights to Paris and Amsterdam after the move angered many passengers who slammed the airline on social media.
The U-turn came less than 24 hours after the airline announced that passengers cannot check-in baggage for Tuesday and Wednesday flights to the two European cities due to “unseasonably strong headwinds” on a longer flight path it is taking.
The airline said it recently had to operate a longer route to …read more
Source: The Indian Express