Malindo Air has launched daily flights from Kuala Lumpur to Trichy in India.  It is also planning to provide new flights linking Mumbai and Ahmedabad to Kuala Lumpur by March.

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Holidaymakers and business travellers seeking tickets on flights from India to Malaysia have a reason to smile as Malaysia based low-cost airline, Malindo Air recently commenced its daily flights from the capital city to Trichy in South India.

The inaugural flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport had a warm reception by operator’s chief executive in presence of several dignitaries. It was the Boeing 737-900 ER aircraft with 180 seats that touched down at the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

According to the management of the airline, the carrier will also provide tickets for flights that will have three services in a day and will start by the end of 2014 in addition to commencing evening flights in May.

In addition, the carrier is going to offer tickets on new flights from India’s Mumbai and Ahmedabad to Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur in February and March. It will also launch flights from the capital to various cities of India namely Chennai, Madurai, Coimbatore, Cochin, Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam, offering wide connections to passengers seeking tickets to fly between the destinations.

India and Malaysia is a popular route with extremely high demand of flights tickets every year. With the introduction of these cheap options, budget travellers can make hay while deals and tickets offer last.

Many experts believe that entry of Malindo Air will give stiff competition to Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia. And flyers can now take advantage of seamless connectivity, flexibility, vast choices of tickets in addition to availability of cheap deals.

The airline is also focusing on flights operating from Kuala Lumpur to two major cities of India namely Delhi and Mumbai. These routes are currently served by Malaysia Airlines (MAS).

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