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Malindo gets approval for Kuala Lumpur – Perth flights

by on October 2, 2015
 

Malindo Air has announced on 1st October that Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia (CASA) has granted approval for the airline  to fly from Kuala Lumpur to Perth making Australia the eighth country in the Malindo network. The 11 times weekly service is scheduled to begin on 11th November 2015.  UPDATE: Tickets are now on sale for flights that will start on 19th November 2015.

Promotional one-way fares for the new route start from RM599 for Economy Class and RM1,499 for Business Class inclusive of free baggage allowance, in-flight entertainment, a meal and light refreshments. Tickets sales will begin upon receipt of approval from Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) Malaysia. The airline’s 180 seat Boeing 737-900ER aircraft will be used on this route, the longest in the Malindo Air network.

** Malindo Air meals are included in the ticket price for all flights over three hours. These are mainly rice-based meals as described on their meal information page.

Flight Schedule KUL (KLIA2)-PER (Perth)-KUL (KLIA2)

Sector Flight No. ETD ETA Frequency
KUL-PER OD151 08:25 14:10 Daily
PER-KUL OD152 15:00 20:55 Daily
KUL-PER OD153 23:15 05:00 Mon, Thurs, Fri, Sun
PER-KUL OD154 07:00 12:55 Mon, Thurs, Fri, Sun

All timings stated are local time in 24-hour format.

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  • ee Lynn
    October 14, 2015 at 2:48 AM

    Hi, please let me know what type of snack is provided for our trip from KL to Perth.

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    • October 14, 2015 at 1:25 PM

      According to their website, a meal is included in this ticket. I have contacted Malindo Air to confirm the type of meal available and will update you here as soon as I receive their response. The meals shown on their meals page do look quite tasty – http://www.malindoair.com/the-malindo-experience/our-meals Hopefully this is what they will confirm is included.
      UPDATE: I’ve had a reply from Malindo Air to confirm that you will receive a rice-based meal as in the link I gave you, for all flights over three hours as well as the usual standard light refreshments – sandwiches/biscuits and tea/water/coffee. There is also a good chance that there may also be a ‘surprise’ in store for this particular route, according to my contact. I will update on the story if I have more information. Hope this helps.

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