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But we do get the A346, which is a treat to avgeeks and spotters!

I'm sure many non-avgeeks in QR's A346 Y cabin also appreciate the very much more generous leg room there, as compared to the newer sardine cans in their fleet :)

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Jeju Air from December 2018 is adding 2 additional international routes from Muan, including service to The Philippines and Malaysia. Planned service includes the following.

 

Muan – Kota Kinabalu eff 23DEC18 2 weekly 737

7C2513 MWX2010 – 0000+1BKI 737 47

7C2514 BKI0100 – 0650MWX 737 15

 

 

Source: airlineroute

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(need to quickly search where on earth Muan/MWX is located) :)

 

So we will have Jeju Air flying in from Seoul and 'Muan', but not Jeju :D

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Royal Brunei from late-December 2018 is resuming Bandar Seri Begawan – Kuching route, previously served until July 2011. From 28DEC18, Airbus A320 aircraft will initially operate this route twice weekly, increasing to 4 weekly from 03FEB19.

 

BI855 BWN1900 – 2015KCH 320 47

BI857 BWN2345 – 0100+1KCH 320 15

 

BI858 KCH0655 – 0820BWN 320 26

BI856 KCH2105 – 2230BWN 320 47

 

BI855/856 operates from 03FEB19.

 

 

source: airlineroute

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Should they even bother with a hotel ? Probably won't even leave airside and just loiter there for the few hours :)

Would the lounges at KCH be available at those hours of the day ?

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Shenzhen Airlines from March 2019 plans to offer new route to Malaysia, with the new Shenzhen – Penang nonstop flight. Effective from 01MAR19, Boeing 737-800 aircraft will operate this route on daily basis.

 

ZH8029 SZX0015 – 0340PEN 738 D

ZH8030 PEN0440 – 0835SZX 738 D

 

 

souce: airineroute

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Pakistan International adds new Bangkok / Kuala Lumpur routing from Dec 2018

 

Pakistan International Airlines in late-December 2018 added new routing to Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur, operating from Lahore. Planned operation as follows.

Lahore – Bangkok – Kuala Lumpur – Lahore eff 27DEC18 1 weekly 777-200LR
PK890 LHE0425 – 1035BKK1205 – 1550KUL 777 4
PK891 BKK1205 – 1550KUL1725 – 2015LHE 777 4

Lahore – Kuala Lumpur – Bangkok – Lahore eff 24DEC18 1 weekly 777-300ER
PK896 LHE0445 – 1320KUL1450 – 1600BKK 773 1
PK897 KUL1450 – 1600BKK1725 – 2015LHE 773 1

 

This is in addition to the almost daily direct flights to KUL from ISL and KHI respectively using a B777.

 

 

Condor S19 Long-haul service adjustment as of 21DEC18

 

Frankfurt – Kuala Lumpur eff 02MAY19 Previously reported, this route has been extended to year-round service, with 767 operating twice a week in S19

 

Source : www.routesonline.com

 

Philippine Airlines S19 International network changes as of 21DEC18

 

Manila – Kuala Lumpur eff 31MAR19 Increase from 7 to 11 weekly, new flight operated by A321neo
PR525 MNL0715 – 1100KUL 320 x246
PR527 MNL1115 – 1500KUL 320 246
PR529 MNL2000 – 2345KUL 321 x123

Edited by kandiah k

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Citilink schedules Surabaya – Kuala Lumpur service in late-Jan 2019

 

Indonesia carrier Citilink recently announced planned service expansion to Malaysia, with the offering of Surabaya – Kuala Lumpur service. From 30JAN19, Airbus A320 aircraft will operate this route once a day, in addition to existing Banyuwangi – Kuala Lumpur route.

QG522 SUB1155 – 1530KUL 320 D

QG523 KUL1635 – 1830SUB 320 D

 

Source : www.routesonline.com

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Source : www.routesonline.com

 

Qatar Airways temporary schedules last A340-600 service to early-May 2019

 

Qatar Airways in recent weeks filed changes to its Airbus A340-600 operational schedule, which would see the airline schedules last flight in early-May 2019. As of 04MAR19, planned A340-600 service in S19 as follows.

Doha – Bangkok Last A340-600 service on 01MAY19. Information on last flight is conflicting for the moment
Doha – Colombo Last A340-600 service on 31MAR19
Doha – Kuala Lumpur Last A340-600 service on 31MAR19

Edited by kandiah k

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Source : www.routesonline.com

 

Qatar Airways temporary schedules last A340-600 service to early-May 2019

 

Qatar Airways in recent weeks filed changes to its Airbus A340-600 operational schedule, which would see the airline schedules last flight in early-May 2019. As of 04MAR19, planned A340-600 service in S19 as follows.

 

Doha – Bangkok Last A340-600 service on 01MAY19. Information on last flight is conflicting for the moment

Doha – Colombo Last A340-600 service on 31MAR19

Doha – Kuala Lumpur Last A340-600 service on 31MAR19

 

Was on QR848 a few days ago, guess my last on A346.

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UAE's Air Arabia to launch flights to Kuala Lumpur in July

 

 

Read more here: https://www.arabianbusiness.com/travel-hospitality/414747-uaes-air-arabia-to-launch-flights-to-kuala-lumpur-in-july

 

 

Did Ramani did this?

 

Btw, Air Arabia has flown to KUL in the past, so this is actually a reinstatement.

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Did Ramani did this?

 

Btw, Air Arabia has flown to KUL in the past, so this is actually a reinstatement.

 

https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/283256/air-arabia-outlines-a321neo-network-in-s19/

 

effective 01JUL19

 

Air Arabia adds Kuala Lumpur service from July 2019

Air Arabia from July 2019 is extending its network to South East Asia, as the airline announced Sharjah – Kuala Lumpur nonstop service. Operated by the airline’s new Airbus A321neo, the airline will serve this route daily from 01JUL19.

 

G9923 SHJ1455 – 0225+1KUL 32Q x246

G9921 SHJ2120 – 0850+1KUL 32Q 246

 

G9924 KUL0335 – 0650SHJ 32Q x357

G9922 KUL0955 – 1310SHJ 32Q 357

Edited by kandiah k

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Did Ramani did this?

 

Btw, Air Arabia has flown to KUL in the past, so this is actually a reinstatement.

Did not know they flew to KUL in the past. Tech stop somewhere?

And hopefully they can sustain it. Since Etihad reduced their flights to KUL not much choice left for Malaysian living there to go back as Emirates (and Etihad) complex pricing often makes it cheaper to fly from somewhere else rather than their home base (AUH and DXB)

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