We know that a bilateral agreement between Indian and Malaysian governments have paved way for more flights to be operated between two countries from cities including Trichy. Now it appears that both countries signed an agreement for multiple designations” that will enable the countries to “designate any number of airlines as they wish to operate on the India-Malaysia route.

From the News reports we learn that Designated airlines of India can now operate unlimited direct services from any point in India to Johor Bahru in Malaysia,” said an official. The two countries have also agreed on code-share to enhance services and keep them commercially viable. They have also agreed to have an “open sky policy without any restriction for all cargo services between the two countries.

This will certainly help low cost carriers to operate in that route which will bring significant pressure on ticket prices and ultimately benefit the customer.