Batik Air Malaysia (formerly Malindo Air) has announced that direct flights from Adelaide to Kuala Lumpur would resume in July. It will be the airline’s first nonstop service between Adelaide and Malaysia.
Batik Air will fly from Adelaide to Kuala Lumpur three times per week, leaving at 8.40 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and returning at 11.10 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. The new service is being launched as international travel returns from pandemic closures. Brenton Cox, managing director of Adelaide Airport, is pursuing an ambitious Network Vision 2050 strategy that includes direct flights to 37 destinations.
Batik Air Malaysia provides connections from Kuala Lumpur to destinations throughout Southeast Asia, China, Japan, and India.”Baggage is included in your price because Batik is a full-service airline. Under the Malindo Air brand, the airline historically operated a one-stop route through Bali. This is, however, the first time it has provided nonstop service to and from Adelaide.
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