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anyone got any idea where i can check whats the schedule like for the 4x weekly KUL - PUS ?

 

Kuala Lumpur (KUL) - Busan (PUS)

D7 0512 08:15 16:00 4 7 2013-07-18 2013-10-24

D7 0512 08:15 16:00 4 7 2013-10-27 2014-03-27

D7 0518 01:00 08:45 1 5 2013-07-15 2013-10-25

D7 0518 01:00 08:45 1 5 2013-10-28 2014-03-28

 

Busan (PUS) - Kuala Lumpur (KUL)

D7 0513 16:45 22:35 4 7 2013-07-18 2013-10-24

D7 0513 16:45 22:35 4 7 2013-10-27 2014-03-27

D7 0519 10:20 16:10 1 5 2013-07-15 2013-10-25

D7 0519 10:20 16:10 1 5 2013-10-28 2014-03-28

 

 

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45 minutes for A330 turnaround??? Impressive!

JAL and ANA have only 50 minutes turnaround time for their fully loaded 773 and 744 (ANA).

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45 min turnaround on an A330 is 'doable' but very tight on schedule with no margin for any hiccups at all. It is going to be a long break for the operating crew in PUS as turn around flight is not possible due to 'Flight Time Limitation'.

 

 

:hi:

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Don't know if I can post the additional flights at here or no :search:

 

Airasia increases frequency to destinations:

 

Kuala Lumpur - Kota Kinabalu (15th daily)

Kuala Lumpur - Kuching (14th daily)

Kuala Lumpur - Sibu (5th daily)

Kuala Lumpur - Tawau (24weekly to 4 daily)

Johor Bahru - Penang (3rd daily)

Johor Bahru - Kuala Lumpur (3rd daily)

Johor Bahru - Sibu (4weekly to daily)

Johor Bahru - Kuching (3rd daily)

Johor Bahru - Miri (3weekly to daily)

Penang - Kuching (7 to 10 weekly)

Penang - Kota Kinabalu (7 to 11weekly)

 

Do rectify if any mistake :sorry:

 

 

AirAsia Boosts Kuala Lumpur – Kuching Service from May 2013
by JL

Update at 0400GMT 16APR13

 

AirAsia in May 2013 is gradually increasing Kuala Lumpur – Kuching service. From 06MAY13, the airline introduces 14th daily service, followed by 15th daily from 27MAY13.

AK5222 KUL0630 – 0815KCH 320 D 27MAY13-

AK5202 KUL0710 – 0855KCH 320 D

AK5232 KUL0830 – 1015KCH 320 D

AK5204 KUL0945 – 1130KCH 320 D

AK5226 KUL1050 – 1235KCH 320 D

AK5206 KUL1145 – 1330KCH 320 D

AK5208 KUL1255 – 1440KCH 320 D

AK5210 KUL1405 – 1550KCH 320 D

AK5212 KUL1525 – 1710KCH 320 D

AK5228 KUL1630 – 1815KCH 320 D

AK5214 KUL1700 – 1845KCH 320 D

AK5234 KUL1820 – 2010KCH 320 D

AK5218 KUL1925 – 2110KCH 320 D

AK5220 KUL2100 – 2245KCH 320 D 06MAY13-

AK5236 KUL2245 – 0030+1KCH 320 D

AK5231 KCH0700 – 0845KUL 320 D

AK5223 KCH0840 – 1025KUL 320 D 27MAY13-

AK5203 KCH0920 – 1100KUL 320 D

AK5205 KCH1040 – 1225KUL 320 D

AK5233 KCH1155 – 1340KUL 320 D

AK5227 KCH1300 – 1445KUL 320 D

AK5207 KCH1355 – 1540KUL 320 D

AK5209 KCH1505 – 1640KUL 320 D

AK5211 KCH1615 – 1755KUL 320 D

AK5213 KCH1735 – 1920KUL 320 D

AK5229 KCH1840 – 2025KUL 320 D

AK5215 KCH1910 – 2050KUL 320 D

AK5235 KCH2035 – 2220KUL 320 D

AK5219 KCH2135 – 2320KUL 320 D

AK5221 KCH2310 – 0100+1KUL 320 D 06MAY13-

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http://airlineroute.net/2013/04/16/ak-kulkch-may13/

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QZ is relaunching DPS-BKI 3 times a week starting 27th July 2013. Hope it would last long this time around.

 

 

 

AirAsia to Increase Perth - Bali Flights; Launch Bali - Sabah

 

 

AirAsia Indonesia is to increase its flight frequency between Perth and Bali through an extra daily service, bringing the total up to four flights per day.

The additional daily frequency will be operated by a brand new Airbus A320 effective 1 July 2013.

Dharmadi, President Director of AirAsia Indonesia, said, “The demand for flights between Perth and Bali has been exceptionally strong since we first launched the route in June 2009, recording an average load factor of 85%. We are adding frequency to meet the rapidly growing demand from business and leisure travellers alike.”

Flight QZ 8419 departs Perth at 10:35 local time and lands in Bali at 14:20 local time. The return flight QZ 8418 departs Bali at 06:20 local time and arrives in Perth at 10:00 local time.

From Bali, passengers can continue their journey onwards to exotic domestic destinations such as Jakarta, Bandung, Makassar, Yogyakarta and Surabaya, as well as international destinations like Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok and the newly-introduced Kota Kinabalu.

“AirAsia is committed to ensure ‘Now Everyone Can Fly’, anywhere and anytime. While other airlines offer higher fares during school holidays, AirAsia celebrates the holiday season by offering all-inclusive fares from Perth to Bali from as low as A$159 one way. There is no better time than now to plan a getaway to Bali with your loved ones!” added Dharmadi.

In line with its business expansion to Australia, AirAsia Indonesia is also introducing three weekly flights between Bali and the capital of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu. Situated in the Northwest coast of Borneo Island, Malaysia, Kota Kinabalu is an ultimate holiday destination. The city caters to a wide range of interests; from shopping, mouth-watering culinary hunting, island hopping, to climbing Mount Kinabalu for the more adventurous and brave travellers.

“Starting 27 July 2013, passengers can conveniently connect from Bali to Kota Kinabalu from as low as $42 all-inclusive per way,” said Dharmadi.

Booking period for the special fares lasts until 28 April 2013 for travel between 1 July and 27 July 2013, for Perth and Kota Kinabalu respectively, all the way to 30 April 2014.

SOURCE: http://www.asiatraveltips.com/news13/234-AirAsia.shtml

 

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AirAsia Boosts Kuala Lumpur – Kuching Service from May 2013

by JL

 

Mike P, kindly refrain from quoting the entire post from Airlineroute.net like that as Jim Liu was not pleased with it in the past. You should treat it in the same manner as materials from the Australian Business Traveller (where both website owners have strongly opposed such methodology personally in our forum).

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Mike P, kindly refrain from quoting the entire post from Airlineroute.net like that as Jim Liu was not pleased with it in the past. You should treat it in the same manner as materials from the Australian Business Traveller (where both website owners have strongly opposed such methodology personally in our forum).

 

Was he not pleased with my quote on his post in the past? I didn't notice that, will take note. Thanks.

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Not yours, but some other members. Most of his earlier posts in the forum were to remind MW members not to do so. Based on my observation, the highest degree of quoting etiquette has to be applied if you are sourcing from The Australian Business Traveller and Airlineroute.Net.

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Not yours, but some other members. Most of his earlier posts in the forum were to remind MW members not to do so. Based on my observation, the highest degree of quoting etiquette has to be applied if you are sourcing from The Australian Business Traveller and Airlineroute.Net.

 

Okay. I noted on the ABT but not the Airlineroute.Net. I used to post JL's blog here and he did reply my post back with extra information, never mentioned that I've violated his right to re-post his blog here. Probably the admin should set the rules or list down the sources where the authors do not allow their articles or blogs to be posted on other forum. This would have been handier in the future for the members to abide the guidelines accordingly and therefore not raising unnecessary arguments.

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AirAsia Announces Daily Flights From Kuala Lumpur To Lombok, Indonesia

 

KUALA LUMPUR, May 13 (Bernama) -- AirAsia will fly daily from Kuala Lumpur to Lombok, Indonesia, beginning June 11, from four times weekly at present.

 

In a statement, the airline said that it was offering promotional all-in-fares to celebrate the launch of the daily flights, from as low as RM99, one way from Kuala Lumpur to Lombok.

 

Promotional fares for return flights from Lombok to Kuala Lumpur are also being offered from as low of RM120 one-way.

Booking period for this promotion is from today until May 19 for the travel period from June 11,2013 to April 30, 2014.

 

Lombok plane spotting:

http://www.malaysianwings.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=18303

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DPS - BKI route reinstated? Flight start Jul 27. DPS-BKI took only 2h30m just like KUL-BKI

Yes

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AirAsia Announces Daily Flights From Kuala Lumpur To Lombok, Indonesia

 

More Malaysian girls will be missing thru' 'persuade-cum-kidnap' method by Mat Indon from Lombok ......... :acute:

 

:hi:

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I wonder if Lombok is a better stepping stone to Komodo Island instead of Bali.

When I was there last year, I noted that the prices are higher and the frequency, lower.

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tbqp.jpg

 

Looks like BKI-HGH direct flight start selling tonight.

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Wow, that was like from out of the blue !

Only time I ever did BKI-HGH did not go quite according to script - now easier to try it out again :)

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