Malaysia Airlines to recommence Kuala Lumpur-Brisbane service in Jun-2018

8 January, 2018

Malaysia Airlines announced (08-Jan-2018) plans to recommence four times weekly Kuala Lumpur-Brisbane service with A330-300 equipment on 06-Jun-2018. The airline aims to increase frequency to daily "once demand has been established". The service is expected to bring more than 60,000 international visitors p/a to Queensland. The schedule is designed to provide connectivity across Malaysia Airlines' domestic, ASEAN, Indian subcontinent, China and London services. Connectivity in regional Queensland will be available through Malaysia Airlines' oneworld partner Qantas. The service was acquired through the partnership between Brisbane Airport Corporation, Tourism Events Queensland and Tourism Australia, with the support of the Queensland Government's attracting aviation investment fund. The service is expected to deliver AUD98 million (USD76.7 million) into the Queensland economy over the next three years. [more - original PR - Malaysia Airlines] [more - original PR - Malaysia Airlines - II] [more - original PR - Brisbane Airport] [more - original PR - Queensland Government]