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Malaysia Airlines Bounces Back In Australia: New Report

May 13, 2015 Aviation No Comments Print Print Email Email

Malaysia Airlines is back on its growth path in Australia according to the latest International Airline Activity report released by the Australian Government.unnamed (3)The full-service carrier achieved a 7.8 per cent increase in passenger numbers in February 2015, ahead of where it was in the same period in 2014.

Malaysia Airlines’ Regional Senior Vice President, PK Lee, said while there is still more work to do to continue growing in Australia, it is encouraging to see the community regaining faith in the airline as a world class operation.

“This is our main market outside of Malaysia and connecting our continents is our ultimate goal. We have been flying in and out of Australia for more than 40 years and are committed to helping this region build closer ties with Asia for mutual benefit,” Mr Lee said.

Partnering with bestselling author and MasterChef favourite Poh Ling Yeow and tennis superstar Nick Kyrgios, both with strong Malaysian heritage, is a key strategy in the rejuvenation of Malaysia Airlines in Australia.

To celebrate the collaboration with Nadal and Federer-slayer Kyrgios, the airline is running a one-off competition until the end of May offering fans the opportunity to win a Business Class trip to the Wimbledon Men’s Grand Final staying in luxury at the Hilton London Green Park. Other prizes include trips to Kuala Lumpur and autographed tennis merchandise.

Mr Lee said the promotion has been very popular, evidenced by a leap in bookings, and tennis buffs and avid travellers need to get in quick to be in the hunt.

There are now 80 flights a week direct to Malaysia from Australia and New Zealand with Kuala Lumpur as the hub to more than 60 destinations worldwide. Malaysia Airlines operates the state of the art A380 double daily to London and daily to Paris.

For more information or to make a booking, visit www.malaysiaairlines.com or call Malaysia Airlines’ Reservations on 13 26 27. Alternatively bookings can be made through a travel agent. All bookings must be made at least 24 hours before flight departure.

To enter the competition, customers must purchase a Malaysia Airlines’ ticket between 1 February and 31 May 2015, post a message of support for Nick at http://www.malaysiaairlines.com/au/en/campaign/nick_kyrgios_wimbledon.html and like Malaysia Airlines’ competition post on Facebook. The entries will be judged on the most inspiring answer.

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