International flyers planning to book flights tickets to travel between Malaysia’s vivacious capital, Kuala Lumpur and Australia’s thriving city of Brisbane will soon have more flexibility and choices made available to them by Malaysia Airlines.
Malaysia’s flag carrier, Malaysia Airlines is all set to offer tickets on two extra services per week on the route connecting Kuala Lumpur and Brisbane. The carrier will start operating the extra services on the sector with effect from 20 June 2013.
The additional flight to be operated as MH134 will be departing from Brisbane at 11.20pm arriving in Kuala Lumpur at 5.50am the following day, while the return flight, MH135 leaves Kuala Lumpur daily at 9.40am to arrive Brisbane at 7.45pm the same day.
Furthermore, the operator will be deploying its sleek A330-300 aircraft to offer flights tickets on the popular sector. The new aircraft on the route will help the airline offer flights tickets for a total of 1960 seats per week in each direction.
The carrier has enhanced its flight frequency on the popular route in its endeavour to strengthen its network and competitive edge across the Australasian market. Also, the higher number of flights tickets on the sector is sure to spell more flexibility and choices for flyers.
The carrier also announced its decision to deploy its A330-300 aircraft to offer flights tickets on its popular Sydney-KL route, in a recent development. With its main hub at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia Airlines offers flights tickets to several destinations across the world.