Aug 182012
 

International carriers like Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines have started operating day time flights from India in a bid to tempt business flyers. Other carriers like Air India and Jet airways are also trying to keep a similar flight schedules. In an attempt to lure corporate and business flyers, different carriers offering flights to key global destinations from India have « Continue Reading »

Aug 162012
 

In view of a significant expected rise in the passenger load from India, Malaysia Airlines plans to increase the existing flight frequencies between India’s major destinations and Kuala Lumpur. International passengers taking flights to Malaysia connecting at India’s metro cities will soon have higher availability of seats as Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is planning to increase the flight frequency between Kuala « Continue Reading »

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