Direct flights between Kuala Lumpur and Darwin will disappear when Malaysia Airlines ceases the service from 28th July 2017. The KL-Darwin route is not offered by any other airline at present, so passengers will have to travel either by Bali or Singapore.
Malaysia Airlines has confirmed that the 3-time weekly Kuala Lumpur/Darwin/Kuala Lumpur route will be withdrawn and apologised to all affected passengers with current bookings.
The airline says:
Reallocation plans are in place for customers with a confirmed booking while others are entitled to refunds or conversion to other destinations.
and further added that:
This is part of regular and on-going network review process which is in line with the airline’s strategy to focus on sustainable routes and on operating as efficiently as possible to enable it to return to profitability and deliver greater value to customers.
For more information contact Malaysia Airlines or your booking agent.
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