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Emirates to fly A380 to Kuala Lumpur from January 1 2012

Emirates Airline is expanding its service to Kuala Lumpur by adding an A380 on the Dubai KL route. In contrast, Malaysia Airlines is planning to reduce service to the Middle East citing the economic situation as a reason for the cut back. Travelers to Kuala Lumpur will now have the option to enjoy the luxurious interiors of a state of the art Airbus 380 on their flight. If you are lucky you will be seated in the A380 which has wifi in all classes and you can surf the net and keep up with your Facebook friends throughout the flight.

From January 1 2012 you can fly on an Emirates A380 to the Malaysian capital for as little as UAE Dh 1990 - roundtrip from Dubai to Kuala Lumpur.

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