Malindo Air Set To Fly To Brisbane In June


Yasmin | 02/06/2017

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In November 2015, Malindo launched its Perth – Kuala Lumpur flights. Now the Brisbane – Kuala Lumpur flights are set to take off on 21st June 2017.

If you didn’t see this coming from Malindo Air, you did the right thing by reading this and you’re definitely just in time to get a hold of Malindo’s business class seat ticket to Kuala Lumpur. The airline has 800 flights traveling weekly to over 40 destinations, Malindo’s plans to expand its fleet to destinations such as Brisbane is finally just around the corner.

There will be flights flying daily to Brisbane departing from KL International Airport at 6:05 pm onwards. The flights briefly stop in Denpasar, Bali and arrive in Brisbane at 5:40 am. The brief stop in Denpasar is about 3 Hours and 8 mins. Taking a stroll in Bali before the next flight can be a great way to keep occupied.

Departure from Brisbane, however, starts at 7:15 am which will stop in Denpasar for an hour. And the arrival in KL is at 3:45 pm. Just in time to settle down and be ready for dinner.

Flying Business Class

Although the Boeing 737 – 900ER offers 180 economy seats, it also offers 12 business class seats with exceptional 45 inches of leg room, luxuriously comfortable full leather seats that can recline, and has a three-pin power supply socket rests – perfect for some of you gadget geeks.

Not to forget, up to date in-flight entertainment, specially catered meals, free wifi connection and 30-40kg complimentary baggage allowance.  And if you’re waiting to depart to Brisbane from KL International Airport, you can check-in to their newly enhanced lounge.




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