Malaysia Airlines cuts fuel surcharge, lowers return faresMay 11th, 2009 - 9:43 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, May 11 (IANS) Malaysia Airlines Monday announced a huge 53 percent reduction in the fuel surcharge, bringing down return fares from India to Malaysia to an all-inclusive Rs.16,528 from Tuesday.
Targeting customers especially for the holiday season, the airlines said it has slashed fuel surcharge by as much as Rs.2,650 for flights to Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand, apart from flights to India.
“Effective May 11, Malaysia Airlines will reduce its fuel surcharge from India and Bangladesh by 53 percent to Kuala Lumpur and by 27 percent to Australia and New Zealand,” the carrier’s regional manager of South Asia, Azahar Bin Hamid, said.
Currently, the airline operates flights from Bangalore, Chennai, New Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad to various Malaysian cities including Kuala Lampur.
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