Malaysia Airlines to resume flights to Brisbane

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Malaysia Airlines has announced that it will be reinstating direct flights between Kuala Lumpur and Brisbane from 6 June 2018.

The service will run four times a week, providing 120,000 seats to/from Brisbane airport on the Airbus A330-300 aircraft. The airline will be operating the route every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Adrian Keating, Malaysia Airlines’ regional manager for the UK, Ireland, Europe & North America, said: “We are delighted to be returning to Brisbane and to offer our customers the best service and connectivity within Asia-Pacific. We have enjoyed a historic link with Queensland which boasts some of Australia’s leading tourist attractions.”

The airline operates between Kuala Lumpur and Australia with routes to Sydney (twice daily), Melbourne (twice daily), Perth (daily) and Adelaide (four times a week).

Tickets to Brisbane are now on sale.

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