MAS increase its flights to Delhi

Posted by Tuan Rumah | 8:24 PM | | 2 comments »

Effective 07th January 2008, Malaysia Airlines the national carrier of Malaysia will increase its flight frequency from Delhi gateway. The airline will now fly two additional flights on Delhi - Kuala Lumpur routes. With this flight addition, Malaysia Airlines will now operate 9 weekly flights from its current 7 flights per week.

The new flights will be operational every Monday and Saturday at 1215 Hrs respectively. With this addition, the total seat capacity operational on this gateway will be 2549 seats from earlier 2030, comprising of 378 seats in business class and 2171 seats in economy class.

The additional flights will be serviced by A-330-300 / A-330-200 aircrafts. Malaysia Airline is also offering a promotional airfare on Penang, Langkawi and Kuala Lumpur sectors. The Delhi – Kula Lumpur sector is competitively priced at INR 10,530.

In India market, Malaysia Airlines has already enhanced its flight frequency from South Indian gateways of Chennai and Bangalore. The airline has also launched its travel arm - Golden Holidays. Targeting the India leisure travel segment, Golden Holidays is being promoted and marketed by Kuoni Holidays.

With Malaysia Airlines new flight enhancement from Delhi gateway, the airline will now operate 32 weekly flights from its present five gateways in India comprising of New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and Hyderabad. The airline will offer 9 flights per week from New Delhi and Chennai, 7 weekly flights from Mumbai, 4 flights from Bangalore and 3 flights from Hyderabad. Internationally, Malaysia Airlines is recognized as one of Asia's largest, flying passengers to some 100 destinations across 6 continents everyday.

The airline holds a lengthy record of service and best practices excellence having received more than 100 awards in the last 10 years. The most notable ones include being the first airline to win the "World's Best Cabin Crew" by Skytrax UK consecutively from 2001 until 2004 and also in 2007, "5-star airline" for three consecutive years, 2005-2007, as well as No.1 for "Economy Class Onboard Excellence 2006" also by Skytrax UK.

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