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Malaysia Airlines goes daily on Adelaide-Kuala Lumpur

By David Flynn     Filed under: Adelaide, Airbus A330, Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines will ramp up its Adelaide-Kuala Lumpur flight to a daily service from October 31st.

The current MAS schedule sees six flights per week between the City of Churches and the Malaysian capital.

The new northbound flight will slot in on Wednesdays as the morning MH136 service, departing Adelaide at 10am for arrival into KL at 3.10pm.

All flights run on an Airbus A330-300 fitted out with 36 business class seats and and 245 seats in economy.

Business class passengers will enjoy angled lie-flat seats while chic mood lighting is featured throughout the plane.

All seats from tip to tail are equipped with an AC socket plus USB port to keep your travel tech topped up during the journey. (Our seat guide reveals the best business class seats on the MAS A330.)

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David Flynn is the editor of Australian Business Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.

 

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1 on 5/2/13 by mb68

I really like MAS product for the price point especially Business class and their FF points ,  but the seats on this aircraft (up the front)  are not so confortable , such a shame for a brand new aircraft , although I,m looking forward to flying on their A380 out of KL later this year.

 

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