Malaysia is a beautiful destination that’s perfect for taking a break from the mundane daily schedule. A romantic getaway for couples and an adventurous holiday destination for families, this beautiful nation is made up of several islands, and it is certainly one of the most sought-after destinations globally. And if you are also someone who is planning to take a trip to Malaysia in the coming months, then you are in for some brilliant news as flydubai just announced that it’s going to begin its daily service in two of its cities – Langkawi and Penang.
flydubai To Begin Daily Flights To Langkawi & Penang
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flydubai is a Dubai-based carrier that hardly needs any introduction. As it happens, the airline took to its Instagram to announce that it plans to launch daily services to Langkawi and Penang in Malaysia. This is a big piece of news as it has become the first to connect the UAE and the Middle East to these popular destinations with flights. In case you’re wondering when the services will start, it will begin on February 10, 2024 and the flights will operate to the Penang International Airport and Langkawi International Airport. According to a report by Khaleej Times, it was also mentioned that the flight to Langkawi will operate via a short stop at Penang. So, passengers from the UAE and the region will find it extremely easy to travel to these beautiful destinations via Dubai.
The Route To Be Serviced By Boeing 737 Max
At this point, it’s worth mentioning that the airline will deploy its Boeing 737 Max aircraft on the Malaysian routes. These feature lie-flat seats in Business Class, which just adds to the comfort of the traveller. Not to mention, since it’s going to offer daily services, people will have the flexibility to choose the day of travel according to their convenience. In case you’re wondering, Langkawi is an archipelago in Malaysia that’s famous for its unmatched natural landscape and pristine white sandy beaches. Coming to Penang, this is a state in north-west Malaysia, which includes the mainlands Seberang Persi and Penang Island. Not to mention, it’s also home to Georgetown, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its beautiful beaches and hawker food.
So, if you have also been planning to take a vacation in Malaysia, now is the perfect time to do so.
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