Malaysian returns to Darwin

written by australianaviation.com.au | July 12, 2013
Malaysia will use 737-800a to Darwin. (Rob Finlayson)

Malaysia Airlines is to reintroduce flights between Darwin and Kuala Lumpur from November 1 after nearly 10 years’ absence from the market. Five flights a week will be operated using a two-class 737-800 each Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Malaysian’s return comes amid a surge of airlines making their way back to the Northern Territory, and follows on the heels of Philippine Airlines and AirAsia.

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