Malaysia Airlines is increasing its capacity to Australia and Singapore with the launch of new flights and an increase in the frequency on existing routes.
The airline is launching flights between the Malaysian capital, Kuala Lumpur, and the Australian city of Darwin in November.
The flights between Kuala Lumpur and Sydney will be increased with four more flights per week from November 21 in addition to the current twice-daily flights, increasing the total flights on the route to 18 per week. The flights will increase to thrice daily from February 5, 2014.
Malaysia Airlines is also increasing the frequency on its Kuala Lumpur – Melbourne route to thrice-daily from November 21 from twice-daily at present.
In addition, the airline is launching a new daily flight between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.