Air India to Launch Non-Stop Flights to Kuala Lumpur from September 15

The daily flights will be operated using the airline's Airbus A320neo aircraft, featuring a two-class configuration.
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Pune: Air India, announced the launch of its non-stop services between Delhi and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, commencing on September 15, 2024.

The daily flights will be operated using the airline's Airbus A320neo aircraft, featuring a two-class configuration.

This new route aims to bolster Air India’s presence in Southeast Asia, providing a new travel option for the increasing number of passengers between India and Malaysia. It also enhances connectivity for Malaysian travelers to Air India’s extensive global network.

"We are excited to support the burgeoning tourism and trade relations between India and Malaysia with this new daily service," stated Nipun Aggarwal, Chief Commercial and Transformation Officer at Air India.

"Our strong global network will benefit travelers flying between these two nations and offer convenient one-stop connections for those from Europe and North America eager to explore Malaysia."

The new Delhi-Kuala Lumpur route will facilitate seamless one-stop connections for travelers from the U.S., Canada, UK, and Europe via Delhi, making it easier for international passengers to experience the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of Malaysia.

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