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Malaysia Airlines inaugural special DXB-KL-DXB fare of Dh 1,765

Malaysia Airlines is resuming its service to Dubai from August 5 2013. Its daily flights will leave Dubai at 4:10am and arrive in Kuala Lumpur at 3:45 pm. The airline will be using a Boeing 777-200 aircraft on this route which will have a capacity of 282 seats.

 

The timing of the launch of service is ideal to cater to the increased demand for seats during the Eid vacation period. Malaysia is a major tourist destination and many visitors from the Middle East visit the country during the summer. The special fare of Dh 1,765 will be a great Eid gift for tourists who wish to spend their Eid vacation in Malaysia. However, to avail this fare people are being asked to contact the Malaysia Airlines office in Dubai - unfortunately online booking is currently not available on the airline's website for booking flights to Kuala Lumpur from Dubai.

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