Malaysia Airlines confirmed today that normal check-in baggage allowances are available on all flights across the network including services to Amsterdam, London and Paris.
The airline has recently had to operate a longer route to Europe, which combined with strong head winds, limited the airlines’ ability to carry baggage and cargo.
The head winds over the last four days were in excess of 200 knots which can add up to 15 per cent fuel burn on a B777-200 aircraft.
All baggage is being shipped to affected customers in Europe.
“Based on its current risk assessment, done on a daily basis, the airline is now able to take a shorter route on European flights,” said a statement from the airline.
“Malaysia Airlines maintains that safety is of utmost priority in its operations and will not hesitate to adjust its flight path based on its daily risk assessment.”