Malaysia’s national carrier has launched its new fleet of Airbus 330-300 for the Dubai – Kuala Lumpur route in 2014. The new A330-300 aircraft replaces the Boeing 777 previously used for this sector.
The A330-300 aircraft has a seating capacity of 283, with 36 Business Class and 245 Economy Class seats.
Malaysia Airlines regional senior vice president, South Asia & Middle East, Azahar Hamid said:“Our resolution for the new year is to make flying with Malaysia Airlines a truly enjoyable experience from take-off to landing.
“The new A333 aircraft for our Dubai-Kuala Lumpur-Dubai sector is equipped with the best amenities to provide comfort, and is visually appealing.”
Malaysia Airlines flies daily between Dubai and Kuala Lumpur, departing at 8.15pm and arriving in Kuala Lumpur the following morning at 7.30am. The return flight departs Kuala Lumpur at 3.15pm each afternoon and arrives in Dubai at 6.45pm the same day.