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Friday, June 30, 2017
Malindo Air launches daily flight to Phnom Penh and code share flight to Chennai
Malindo Air will commence new flights to Phnom Penh, Cambodia and Chennai, India. (File pix)
LUMPUR: Malindo Air will commence new flights to Phnom Penh, Cambodia and
It said the
inaugural flight to Phnom Penh will commence from Aug 1 onwards, whereas the
inaugural code share flight to South Indian metropolitan city will commence on
flight OD580 will depart daily from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA)
at 8am and arrive at Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH) at 8:55am. The
return flight OD581 will depart on the same day from PNH at 9:45an and will
arrive at KLIA at 12:35pm.
flight to Chennai will OD9114 will depart daily from KLIA at 6:25am and arrive
at Chennai International Airport (MAA) at 7:55am. The return flight OD9115 will
depart on the same day from MAA at 8:55am and arrive at KLIA at 3:25p.m.
From Aug 30,
a second frequency will be added, making it two daily flights from Kuala Lumpur
to Chennai. OD9112 will depart daily from KLIA at 8:55pm and arrive at MAA at
10:20pm. The return flight OD9113 will depart on the same day from MAA at
11:10pm and arrive at KLIA the following day at 5:40a.m.
conjunction with the announcement, Malindo Air is offering all-in return
introductory fares to Phnom Penh for Economy Class starts from RM139 and
Business Class starts from RM749. For Chennai the Economy Class starts from
RM438 and Business Class starts from RM999.
promotional fares include perks such as baggage allowance, in-flight
entertainment and in-flight meals.
Executive of Malindo Air, Chandran Rama Muthy said they are thrilled to
announce the two new routes as part of their network.
Penh and Chennai are rich in culture and both destinations have active
travelers for trade and leisure.
addition of these routes supports our continuous effort in making KLIA a transit
hub, by connecting passengers to visit Malaysia”,” he said.
said the airlines hopes to help boost the tourism in Malaysia and the cities
that are connected through our network.
from India, for example, can fly to Kuala Lumpur and further their journey to
Indonesia, Australia or even Hong Kong or Taiwan.
grows rapidly, especially with our progressive code share strategies, which aim
to provide better connectivity in the region,” added Chandran.
2016 Asia Pacific Regional Airline of the Year, airline operates over 800
flights weekly across a continuously growing network of about 45 routes in the
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