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Bridging the distance between Doha and Kuala Lumpur

Aviation
Writer
Nur Aisyah Azizi
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Another great initiative to venture into possible opportunities

Wouldn’t it be an amazing experience if you can be dining amidst the tallest twin tower in the world today, and having an adventurous camel ride under a starry desert night the next?

Now you can as Malaysia Airlines has recently resumed flights between Doha (DOH) and Kuala Lumpur (KUL).

The resumption of this route will further enhance and boost the growth and collaboration between the nations and provide a seamless journey for passengers that frequent these 2 places.

In welcoming the passengers from the inaugural flight, Malaysia’s Minister of Tourism, Arts, and Culture, Dato’ Sri Nancy Shukri was on the ground greeting and giving out souvenirs to the disembarking passengers.   

“The daily service will be operated with an A330-300 aircraft equipped with 290 seats, comprising 27 seats in Business Class, 16 Economy with extra legroom, and 247 seats in Economy Class,” said the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture.

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All arriving passengers were welcomed by Minister of Tourism, Arts, and Culture, Dato’ Sri Nancy Shukri (right)

In welcoming the passengers from the inaugural flight, Malaysia’s Minister of Tourism, Arts, and Culture, Dato’ Sri Nancy Shukri was on the ground greeting and giving out souvenirs to the disembarking passengers.   

“The daily service will be operated with an A330-300 aircraft equipped with 290 seats, comprising 27 seats in Business Class, 16 Economy with extra legroom, and 247 seats in Economy Class,” said the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture.

Through  MH160 and MH161, the airline will operate direct flights between KUL – DOH and vice versa at 9.20pm and 1.30am respectively.

Time to pack up your bag, book your flight and take off for an adventure of a lifetime, we will see you there!

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