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Malindo Air adds two new routes to network

July 20, 20182 minute read
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Malindo Air adds two new routes to their network in August 2018. Travellers can now fly direct from Kuala Lumpur to Labuan and Kota Kinabalu to Singapore with these additions. 

New routes – the details

The inaugural flight of OD1900 is scheduled to depart Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) at 12:30p.m on 2nd August for Labuan.  The 2 hours and 30 minutes flight will arrive in Labuan at 3:00pm. Returnng flight OD1901 is due to depart at 3:45pm, arriving in KLIA at 6:15pm.

Seats are available from MYR 229 for Economy Class and MYR 449 for Business Class.

Flight schedule – Kuala Lumpur (KUL) – Labuan (LBU)

Sector Flight No. Departure time Arrival time Frequency
KUL/LBU OD1900 12:30 15:00 Daily
LBU/KUL OD1901 15:45 18:15

The service from Kota Kinabalu to Singapore commences 10th August. Inaugural flight OD830 is due to depart  Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) at 9:15am. for a Singapore arrival at 11:40am. The return flight from Changi Airport, OD831 departs at 12:40p.m, for arrival in KKIA at 3:05p.m.

Promotional fare are available from MYR 249 for Economy Class and MYR 599 for Business Class.

Flight schedule – Kota Kinabalu (BKI) – Singapore (SIN)

Sector Flight No. Departure time Arrival time Frequency
BKI/SIN OD830 09:15 11:40 Daily
SIN/BKI OD831 12:40 15:05

*All times are local.

Booking is now open for the promotional fares for these new services

The fares include 25kg (Economy Class) (40kg in Business Class) baggage allowance, meal onboard and spacious legroom. Malindo Air will use their narrow-body Boeing 737NG aircraft, with 12 Business Class and 150 Economy Class seats on these new routes.

….. These routes are popular for both trade and leisure travellers and we would like to provide a premium option to the market, while promoting more traffic to visit Malaysia.  Chandran Rama Muthy, Malindo Air CEO
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