Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Malaysia Airlines All Set to Increase Its New Zealand Flights

Premium full service carrier, Malaysia Airlines has announced to offer tickets on daily flights on its Kuala Lumpur-Auckland sector that will commence from 24 November 2013. The airline earlier offered tickets on six weekly flights on the route.

This move by the airline is sure to bring smiles to the faces of British flyers who are often to be seen in a lookout for tickets aboard international flights bound for New Zealand’s popular City Of Sails via Malaysia’s colourful capital city as they will soon have all the more flexibility and added options. 

Industry experts believe that the airline has planned to increase its frequency to daily flights in order to accommodate the anticipated high demand of travel tickets on the Malaysia-New Zealand travel sector. 

For additional new frequency to Auckland, flight MH131 will depart every Sunday in addition to Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from Kuala Lumpur at 9.50pm and will arrive in Auckland next day at 1.05pm. 

The return additional daytime service MH130 will depart every Monday from Auckland to KLIA in addition to Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 2.30pm and arrive in KLIA at 8.20pm.

Existing flight MH133 will depart Kuala Lumpur every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 8.50am and arrive in Auckland at 12.05 midnight next day. The night service, MH132 departs every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 1.35am and arrives in KLIA at 7.25am.

The development is sure to catch the fancy of premier travellers who prefer booking air tickets with full service carriers over cheap airlines to savour superb in-flight services while travelling between Malaysia and New Zealand.

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