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Malaysia Airlines opens new routes to China with offer prices

February 22, 20172 minute read
visa-free entry, Malaysia Airlines Chinese expansion, Nanjing

The Malaysia Airlines Chinese expansion continues, with offer prices for their new destinations and Hong Kong in Economy class, at discounts up to 25%. The promotional tickets are on sale until 28th February 2017, for travel between  22nd February and 20th August 2017.

The ‘first cab off the rank’ will be the thrice weekly flights to Nanjing, scheduled to take off from 13th June. You can be on board for a return fare starting from MYR1259. The service to Wuhan and Fuzhou, both also three times a week, will begin on 20th and 26th June respectively. Economy tickets for each are on offer from MYR 1099.

Malaysia Airlines Chinese expansion

Malaysia Airlines is currently developing routes into China in line with a policy designed to take advantage of the travelling aspirations of a growing Chinese middle income population. China is expanding and developing a network of airports across the country to accept International flights. Malaysia Airlines is well positioned to move into this market, in concert with their fleet upgrades and expansion.

Malaysia Airlines has also upgraded its service for the morning Kuala Lumpur-Hong Kong sector from a B737-800 to an A330-300. This has been effective since November last year. For the same promotional period, you can pick up a return flight for MYR 559 between Kuala Lumpur and Hong Kong. Also available are return flights between Kota Kinabalu and Shanghai starting from MYR 1029.

Bookings can be made at, or from any of Malaysia Airlines’ appointed travel agents. Passengers can also contact Malaysia Airlines’ call centre at 1 300 88 3000 for more information.

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