Malaysia Airlines to double frequency to India's Trivandrum  from April 2

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines will be doubling the current frequency on its Trivandrum to Kuala Lumpur route starting from April 2, following positive load factor performance and increasing demand.

The airline commenced its inaugural flight to Trivandrum in November 2023, operating two flights weekly, according to Malaysia Aviation Group (MAG) in a statement today.

MAG said this decision follows the recent increase in frequency between Amritsar and Kuala Lumpur from January 15.

Commenting on these developments, MAG chief commercial officer Dersenish Aresandiran said India remains an integral part of Malaysia Airlines' global network. 

"With the introduction of the additional frequencies into Trivandrum, we will be strengthening our connectivity into India with 71 weekly flights from nine key hubs.

"Furthermore, we are thrilled to introduce special fares for Indian travellers, providing them enhanced flexibility and travel options to explore the beauty of Malaysia; strengthening our position as the gateway to Asia and beyond. 

"As we aim to capture the growing demand from India, we are committed to ensuring that customer experience remains our top priority driven by our inimitable Malaysian Hospitality," he added.

With the amplification of Malaysia Airlines' services from Trivandrum, this will bring the airline's connectivity into India to 71 flights weekly. 

Currently, the airline offers flights from nine major hubs in India, including New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Amritsar and Trivandrum.

To celebrate the increase in flight frequencies, Malaysia Airlines is also offering special promotional fares for Indian travelers to explore Malaysia. 

Passengers can enjoy fares to Kuala Lumpur from Trivandrum starting from INR 12,999 all-in return or from Ahmedabad starting from INR 21,799 all-in return, available for purchase from now until February 11, for travel up to May 12.

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