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Monday 28 March 2022

How about flying to London via Malaysia?

How about flying from Australia to London via a stopover in Kuala Lumpur?

Malaysia Airlines is increasing flight frequency on its flagship Kuala Lumpur-London route to 11 times weekly starting from this week and and will return to full double daily service from July 1 onwards, Travel Mole reports.

Recently reinstated flights from Kuala Lumpur to Australia will also see an increase to seven times weekly to Sydney from five times weekly; and five times weekly to Perth from two times weekly following steady demand. 

"With Malaysia Airlines' Satellite Golden Lounge fully opened soon, customers can expect the reimplementation of buffet-style serving, offering convenience for guests to browse and indulge in a diverse range of local and western delicacies prior to their flight," the airline said in a statement. 

"All the airline's lounges follow stringent health and safety measures, mandatory use of face masks and disposable gloves at the buffet area and regular sanitisation of common areas." 

In other news, Malaysia Airlines said it would be reinstating scheduled commercial services to New Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai and Hyderabad in India, after close to 24 months of suspension due to border closures between the two countries.

"Starting April 1, Malaysia Airlines will also increase capacity to Bangkok from seven times weekly to 14 times weekly and to Phuket from once a week to three times weekly," it said. 

It said this came after Thailand recently relaxed entry requirements for fully vaccinated international travellers.

Additionally, it said Malaysia Airlines has begun flying to Bali with a once-weekly flight. 

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