Mon, 1 Aug 2016

Qatar Airways Partners Malindo Air

Qatar Airways has teamed up with Malindo Air, a Malaysian-based airline, to offer passengers seamless travel and greater connectivity when travelling between Southeast Asia and more than 100 destinations in Qatar Airways network.

The enhanced connectivity is coupled with the convenience of a single reservation across both airlines networks thanks to a new bilateral interline agreement that took effect last month.

The partnership allows Qatar Airways passengers to tap into Malindo Airs growing short-haul regional network that currently serves 40 cities in 12 countries, including 13 major airports in Malaysia.

Malindo Air passengers travelling from cities such as Langkawi, Penang, Kota Kinabalu, Johor Bahru and Kuching can also easily book interline itineraries using one of Qatar Airways thrice-daily flights departing from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, and seamlessly connecting to more than 100 onwards destinations within the Qatar Airways global network.

Malindo Air Chief Executive Officer, Chandran Rama Muthy, said, We are delighted to partner Qatar Airways, one of the worlds best airlines, renowned for its aviation excellence and on board hospitality. The agreement will further enhance Malindo Airs reach beyond Kuala Lumpur International Airport to all destinations served by Qatar Airways. Malindo Air is now able to bring our passengers further than ever before, with onward flights connecting passengers to more than 100 global destinations through Qatar Airways state-of-the-art hub, Hamad International Airport in Doha.

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