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Malaysia Airlines’ Early Bird Sale, Northern Winter Schedule and New Indonesian Routes

October 1, 2019 Airfare Deals No Comments Email Email

EARLY BIRD CAMPAIGN

Malaysia Airlines has launched its Early Bird campaign with a bonus side trip offering. Fares start from $1116* via Economy Class or $5,658* via Business Class with the choice to depart from Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney or Perth.

Travellers will need to book between 30 September – 31 October 2019 for travel between 1 April – 31 August 2020 to take advantage of the bonus side trip to explore more of Malaysia and its surrounding islands. Destinations include Langkawi and Terengganu which are perfect for complete tranquillity and pristine waters or if you’re looking for local culture, history and cuisine, there is Penang, Alor Setar, Kota Bharu, Johor Bharu and Kuantan.

Book your Malaysia side trip together with the international flights in one single booking from Australia to London using the multi-city option on malaysiaairlines.com or contact your nearest travel agent. T & Cs apply

During this sale period, Malaysia Airlines will also be promoting other destinations with fares from $565* to China.

NORTHERN WINTER SCHEDULE

Malaysia Airlines currently operates 61 flights per week to Malaysia from Australia and New Zealand. With the airlines’ new Northern Winter Schedule, Malaysia Airlines will host additional flights between 27 October 2019 and 28 March 2020. These include:

  • Melbourne – 3 x additional weekly flights from 16 November 2019 – 29 February 2020
  • Sydney – 3 x additional weekly flights from 19 December 2019 – 21 December 2019
  • Auckland – 1 x additional weekly flight from 27 October 2019 – 28 March 2020

NEW ROUTES TO SOLO AND PEKAN BARU, INDONESIA

Malaysia Airlines has announced the opening of its new routes to Solo and Pekanbaru, Indonesia, which will operate twice weekly.

Malaysia Airlines Group Chief Executive Officer, Izham Ismail said, “The launch of these new routes is led by the increasing demand for flights between Kuala Lumpur and Indonesia. Pekanbaru is the capital city of the Riau Province, which is an economic centre for the country. Solo, traditionally known as Surakarta, is the historic royal capital on the Indonesian island of Java. These routes will enable closer Indo-Malaysian relations, especially in their respective tourism industries.”

The new flights are also in line with the recent launch Visit Malaysia 2020 campaign, which promotes tourism as a pillar of the Malaysian economy.

*Terms and conditions apply. For further information visit: https://www.malaysiaairlines.com/au/en.html

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