Malindo Air starts new routes to Australia, Bangladesh, Tiongkok & Myanmar

Boldly proceeding to Brisbane via Bali. The flight and log cabin crew of the inaugural Malindo Air service from Kuala Lumpur to Brisbane pose for a commemorative picture on 31 March. The connection between the cities will be flown daily.

Malindo Air has had a busy few days launching several new routes, mainly from its main base in Kuala Lumpur (KUL). The highlight is a brand new daily service to Brisbane (BNE) in Australia via Denpasar (DPS) on the Indonesian island of Bali. Myanmar is added to the airline’s network with the introduction on 3 April of a four times weekly service to Yangon (RGN).

Typically the LCC has additionally resumed service to Chittagong (CGP) in Bangladesh with a 3 times weekly service. The route was previously operated by Malindo in 2014. All of the airline’s new routes will be flown using its fleet of 737-800s. Vote for Brisbane Airport’s FTWA in this week’s Arch of Triumph General public Vote. Vote for Brisbane Airport’s cake in this week’s Cake of the Week Public Vote.