Malaysia Airlines boosts India operations to 32 flights a week
13 December 2007
New Delhi: Malaysia Airlines will operate two additional flights a week between Delhi and Kuala Lumpur from next month, which takes the number of flights it operates from India to 32.
The new flights, starting Jan 7, will raise to nine the number of flights the airline operates from the Indian capital and will be operational every Monday and Saturday at 12.15 pm, a Malaysia Airline release said.
With this addition, the total seat capacity from New Delhi will be 2,549 from the earlier 2,030, comprising 378 seats in business class and 2,171 in economy class.
The airline will service the additional flights through Airbus A-330-300 and A-330-200 aircraft.
The airline has already increased its flight frequency from the south Indian gateways of Chennai and Bangalore.
In synch with an increase in its services the airline has also launched its travel arm Golden Holidays.