Malaysia’s national flag carrier Malaysia Airlines recently announced the increase of its frequency between Kuala Lumpur and Mumbai. The frequency increase will be effective from June 3, 2013.
The airline in a statement said that it will include one additional service on Kuala Lumpur-Mumbai route and start offering a daytime service as well. With the addition of a daytime service, the airline will now be operating a total of 12 flights every week between the two cities.
Malaysia Airlines has been offering service on Kuala Lumpur-Mumbai route since September 2012. The airline said that the new daytime service is being included because of the growing demand from the market.
The airline said that the passengers can now take the maximum advantage of competitive pricing that it is currently offering on the route.
Malaysia Airlines further stated that its customers booking business class tickets for travel between Kuala Lumpur and Mumbai would be allowed free checked-in baggage of 40 kg on board their flights. The customers traveling in Economy Class would be allowed free checked-in baggage of 30 kg.