Malindo Air, a hybrid Malaysian airline has officially launched five times weekly services from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai to Kuala Lumpur. Malindo Air already has daily flights to Kuala Lumpur from New Delhi since December 30, 2013 and from Trichy since January 2, 2014. The next destinations from India after Mumbai will be Ahmedabad on March 19, 2014 and Kochi on April 24, 2014.
Chandran Rama Muthy, chief executive officer, Malindo Air, “As a key commercial and cultural centre in India which successfully marries tradition and modernity against a backdrop of a spectacular landscape, Mumbai has something for everyone, regardless whether you are travelling here for business or leisure. We are increasing our routes and frequencies, which translate to better connectivity, and
therefore means better options for consumers to choose from. After Mumbai, the next cities we are spreading our wings to in India are Ahmedabad and Kochi. Other cities such as Chennai are in our radar.”
Malindo Air’s flights from Mumbai, Delhi, Trichy, Ahmedabad and Kochi will provide travellers with a choice of connectivity to other destinations to suit their preference and convenience. Moreover, those cities offer good connectivity by air, rail and road to other cities.