Now you can fly to Langkawi via new low cost airline, Malindo Air. This new airline is based in Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), Domestic Terminal rather than Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) in which AirAsia operates. This is much more convenient because most of flights stop in KLIA and it will be easier for flight transfers. It is also very convenient to get to KLIA directly from the city via KLIA Express, which is only 26 minutes away.
Air Asia X offers new destination from Kuala Lumpur. Now you can extend your holiday to Sri Lanka or Maldives leaving from Kuala Lumpur’s LCCT.
Malaysia Airline now serving Darwin/Australia with 4 extra services a week to Sydney. In total there will be 18 flights a week from 21 November 2013. Also, AirAsia X will increase its flight frequency from Kuala Lumpur to Sydney, Melbourne and Perth and Australia by end of 2013.
If you are tempted to transit through Singapore to discover the happening city, you can travel via Scoot. This new low cost airline is a subsidiary of Singapore Airline and operates from Australia, is known for its competitive fares. If you are looking for a place to stay, you can visit our sister hotel, Concorde Hotel Singapore, strategically located on the world famous Orchard Road and within the commercial and shopping district of Singapore, is just minutes away from Suntec City, Marina South, The Esplanade, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Chinatown and other major tourist attractions. (Google Map)
Travel made easy to Langkawi! In addition to Malaysia Airlines, Air France also offer direct flights from Paris to Kuala Lumpur.
German airline, Lufthansa, announced today, new direct flights five times a week non-stop from Kuala Lumpur to its hub in Frankfurt by the first quarter of 2014.