The Jakarta Post
A Boeing 737-800 Malindo Air taxis at Penang International Airport in Malaysia (Shutterstock/MrNovel)
Malaysian-based airline Malindo Air will open a new route connecting Kuala Lumpur with Denpasar in Bali and Adelaide in Australia on April 16.
A special one-way offer will be available for economy class at RM679 (US$166.26) and business class at RM2,399.
Flight reservations can be made through Malindo Air’s official website malindoair.com, ticketing offices, customer care centers and travel agents.
In the initial period flights will be available four times a week every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Monday using Boeing 737-800NG aircraft that can accommodate 12 business and 150 economy class passengers, as well as Boeing 737-900ER offering 12 business and 168 economy class seats.
“Adelaide is the fourth Australian country flown to by Malindo Air after Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne,” Malindo Air CEO Chandran Rama Muthy said in a statement, adding that plans were in hand to increase flight frequency in the near future.
Adelaide Airport managing director Mark Young welcomed the opening of the new route, saying that it would provide more alternatives to connect Bali and Kuala Lumpur.
“This route can be a good alternative for Indonesian domestic connectivity, along with with Batik Air, Lion Air and Wings Air,” he said. (gis/kes)
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