Indonesia AirAsia (QZ, Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta) has announced it will resume "select" scheduled flight operations from June 8. The AirAsia Group affiliate said in a statement it would take a phased approach to the restart of domestic and international services but did not specify which routes would resume when.

Indonesia AirAsia's fleet of twenty-eight A320-200s has remained largely grounded since April 1 in line with a group-wide directive.

The resumption will follow strict health preventive requirements as laid down by the Indonesian authorities including mandatory documentation and permission for travel.

Confusion among the travelling public has, however, caused Lion Air Group's Lion Air, Batik Air, and Wings Air (Indonesia) subsidiaries, as well as Garuda Indonesia Group subsidiary Citilink (QG, Surabaya), to suspend all domestic flight operations from May 22 until May 31 in order to allow the flying public time to familiarise themselves with the new regulations which vary according to citizenship, reason for travel, as well as origin/destination.