Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is all set to launch daily flights to Kochi, India, from Sept 1 and is resuming flights to Dubai and Darwin (Australia) in a bid to expand its regional network.
According to airline, the flights to Dubai and Darwin would be reinstated from Aug 5 and Nov 1, respectively. Dubai provides connectivity to the Middle East while Kochi and Darwin are strong secondary markets.
The airline would be flying daily to Dubai and five times a week to Darwin.
In previous month, Malaysia Airlines has also added more weekly flights to Phuket, Kathmandu and Mumbai. The airline will be flying four times daily to Denpasar (Bali), from next month.
The sources from airline said that it will launch more aircraft to its fleet to serve its expanding network. The airline has a fleet of 120 aircrafts currently.