New Kuala Lumpur-based Malindo Air will begin international services next month when it launches a daily non-stop flight to Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Kuala Lumpur-Dhaka flights will begin Aug. 28 using Boeing 737-900ERs. “Malindo Air plans to enhance Kuala Lumpur International Airport’s footprint as a key regional gateway to the ASEAN region. Malindo Air’s immediate expansion plan includes flights from Kuala Lumpur to Bali, Jakarta, Medan and the island of Batam in ...

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