Malaysia Airlines adds extra services to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur from 1st January 2020 ,an increase from seven to 10 flights a week. The additions align with the airline’s move to Beijing Daxing International Airport (PKX) from Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK).
Extra services to Beijing, new schedule
From 1st January 2020, the daily services will be assigned new flight numbers, with the additional flights taking the existing codes. Flight timings have also been adjusted, making them more user friendly.
- MH318 Kuala Lumpur 0:40am – Daxing 7.00am (same day) Daily service
- MH319 Daxing 9:30am – Kuala Lumpur 4.00pm (same day)
The additional flights, from 1st January 2019, leave Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
- MH364 Kuala Lumpur 2.30pm – Daxing 8.50pm (same day)
- MH365 Daxing 9:55pm – Kuala Lumpur 4.25am (next day)
Malaysia Airlines will operate their daily flights to and from Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK), maintaining the current timing until 31st December:
- MH364 Kuala Lumpur 6.00pm – Daxing 12.20am (next day)
- MH365 Daxing 1:30am – Kuala Lumpur 8.00am (same day)
The airline looks forward to the move to the new, ground-breaking Daxing airport with opportunities for further expansion of services. Malaysia Airlines Group CEO, Izham Ismail says the development is in line with Malaysia Airlines’ commitment to provide better offerings to passengers. He added:
….. The opening of this new gateway gives Malaysia Airlines the opportunity to begin a new chapter in the long history it has with Beijing…… It will enhance the travel experience and comfort levels of our passengers with the airport’s state-of-the-art facilities, and will facilitate better connectivity with our other airline partners. Izham Ismail
The growth in service is expected to strengthen Malaysia Airlines’ position as a key full service carrier operating into China. Malaysia Airlines considers China a key growth market and is committed to grow sustainable connectivity into the country. This is possible with more direct flights or via partnerships with key Chinese carriers.
To make a booking or check for offers, visit the MalaysiaAirlines website.
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