While its fellow AirAsia affiliates have resumed operations in Thailand and Malaysia have resumed operations, Indonesia AirAsia will not operate flights until the end of the month.
According to a report on The Jakarta Post, Indonesia AirAsia now plans to resume operations on May 31 after having plans to restart services on May 7.
With the latest announcement, AirAsia's plans to resume limited international flights between Malaysia and Indonesia on May 18 have also been shelved. The airline's previous plans for those flights included routes from Surabaya to both Kuala Lumpur and Johor Bahru.
Beyond June 1 and subject to the easing in travel restrictions in Indonesia, AirAsia plans to gradually resume international and domestic routes. Those flights will be subject to measures to help contain the spread of COVID-19 which includes the mandatory use of face masks at the airport and inflight.
Indonesia AirAsia has suspended its flights on March 28 along with other group affiliates in Malaysia, the Philippines, and India during the month. Along with the Indonesia affiliate, AirAsia X and Philippines AirAsia have not resumed operations.