May 16 (DailyMirror) – Batik Air, formerly known as Malindo Air, recently announced that all bookings are open for its new reinstated services between Colombo and Kuala Lumpur.
Daily flights to Kuala Lumpur are now in operation and the airline is offering a special all-inclusive Economy Class return fare from Colombo to Kuala Lumpur and from Kuala Lumpur to Colombo at Rs.78,500.
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They will be mounting some of their new flight services on their brand-new Boeing 737-800 aircraft and all their fares are inclusive of 20-kg baggage allowance.
Passengers will have the option to pre-purchase and also purchase meals on-board.
Malindo Air, a Malaysian-based regional airline, was officially rebranded as Batik Air when the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) granted a new Air Operators Certificate (AOC) to Malindo Airways SdnBhd to do business as Batik Air (dba Batik Air) with effect from 28 April 2022.
The rebranding exercise is in line with Lion Group’s goal to establish a common identity for the full service airlines within the group. With the approval in place, it allows Batik Air to conduct improved business for seamless transfers, leveraging Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) as a transit hub for the Lion Group of airlines. Batik Air is a Malaysian-based airline with main hubs at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Subang Skypark, the convenient KL downtown city airport in Selangor, Malaysia. The airline took to the skies in March 2013 with domestic flights in Malaysia and has since grown to operate routes to all major airports across the continents of Asia and Australia.
Today, Batik Air has a fleet of 9 ATR72-600s and 22 Boeing 737NG/MAXs, operating 750 flights weekly across a continuously growing network of about 35 routes in the region. Also an IATA airline member, Batik Air codeshares with Turkish Airline and Batik Air Indonesia, as well as has an interlining partnership with Xiamen Air, All Nippon Airways, Turkish Airline, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airway, Oman Air, EVA Air, Royal Jordanian, Air Mauritius, Pakistan Airline, Emirates & Ethiopian.
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