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Malindo flies to India from KLIA2 from mid February 2015

by on December 1, 2014
 

If you’re thinking of making a journey to the holy city of Visakhapatnam, commonly known as Vizag, on the east coast of India, Malaysia’s hybrid airline Malindo Air has announced a new 3 times weekly service commencing on 15 February 2015.

Malindo Air is currently offering introductory fares starting from RM299 one-way for Economy Class and from RM459 one-way for Business Class. Fares are all inclusive of free refreshments, in-flight entertainment and come with a baggage allowance of up to 40kg.

Flight OD251 will be operated on new Boeing 737 departing klia2 every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 9:55pm and arriving at the Visakhapatnam International Airport at 11:10pm local time. The return flight OD 250 will depart Vizag at 11:55pm local time arriving in klia2 at 6:10am the following day.

Vizag, the largest city of Andhra Pradesh state, is also a populous port city well known for its strategic location on the Bay of Bengal. Both leisure and business travellers flock to this commercial hub for both commercial and religious reasons. Heavily influenced by Buddisht scriptures, Vizag is also the home of the Telugu culture.

In a statement issued on 1st December, CEO of Malindo Air, Mr. Chandran Rama Muthy, said, “Our new routes in the past year have received very warm reception from the public, and hence we are introducing more to our current network. With Vizag, we aim to capture a bigger market for India where it will become our fifth destination in India and seventh in South Asia. Malindo Air will also be the sole airline on this route at the moment”.

“Moreover, we are adding capacities to our international destinations where there is incredibly strong demand, starting with Delhi and Bangkok first this December. We look forward to a brand new year with ambitious plans to strengthen our network and services,” added Chandran.

Book your tickets online, or within Malaysia contact the Call Centre at 03-7841 5388 between 9am to 9pm daily for more information.

Visitors to India need a visa if you are travelling for recreational purposes (including medical or casual business reasons). It is now possible to apply for a visa online and pay by credit card.

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