KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 25 — A specially chartered aircraft has departed to Wuhan this evening in the second mission to bring back 75 Malaysian citizens with their families who have been stranded in the capital of China’s Hubei province following the Covid-19 outbreak in the republic. According to...
KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 25 — A specially chartered aircraft has departed to Wuhan this evening in the second mission to bring back 75 Malaysian citizens with their families who have been stranded in the capital of China’s Hubei province following the Covid-19 outbreak in the republic.
The return flight is scheduled to depart from Wuhan Tianhe International Airport at 1 am on Feb 26 and to arrive at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at 6pm the same day.In the first humanitarian aid mission carried out by the Malaysian government on February 4, a total of 107 Malaysians stranded in Hubei province were flown home. They comprised 88 Malaysians and 19 non-citizens who are their spouses and children. — Bernama
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