Malaysia Airlines is all set to offer tickets on extra direct flights services between Brisbane and Kuala Lumpur. The additional services will strengthen the route by boosting the frequency to daily from present five services per week.

Malaysia airlines adds to kuala lumpur brisbane service

Malaysia Airlines Adds to Kuala Lumpur – Brisbane Service

International flyers planning to book flights tickets to travel between Malaysia’s colourful capital, Kuala Lumpur and Australia’s thriving city of Brisbane will soon have added options made available to them by popular full-service carrier, Malaysia Airlines.

Malaysia’s flag carrier, Malaysia Airlines is all set to offer tickets on two extra flights per week that will start on the sector from 20 June 2013, revealed various online sources.

Flight MH134 is expected to depart from Brisbane at 11.20pm arriving in Kuala Lumpur at 5.50am the following day, while the return flight, MH135 will depart Kuala Lumpur daily at 9.40am to arrive Brisbane at 7.45pm the same day.

Sources further reveal that the operator will deploy its sleek A330-300 aircraft to offer flights tickets on the popular sector. With its new aircraft, the carrier will now be able to offer flights tickets for a total of 1960 seats per week in each direction.

The airline’s region senior vice president of Australia, New Zealand, South West Pacific Yap Kiang Thiam was excited at the addition of services on the route. He said that the development was underpinned by the operator’s focus to strengthen its network and competitive edge across the Australasian market.

Recently, the carrier also launched A330-300 aircraft to offer flights tickets on its popular Sydney-KL route.

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