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Daily service from flydubai to Langkawi and Penang in Malaysia

Daily service from flydubai to Langkawi and Penang in Malaysia

The airline based in Dubai, flydubai, announced the beginning of daily flights to Langkawi and Penang in Malaysia. The airline becomes the first to offer flights from the Middle East and the UAE to the well-known locations.

Beginning on February 10, 2024, flights will be available to Langkawi International Airport (LGK) and Penang International Airport (PEN). In order to provide easy travel choices for passengers from the UAE and the area via Dubai’s aviation center, flights to Langkawi will operate via a brief stop in Penang.

Ghaith Al Ghaith, Chief Executive Officer of flydubai, commented on the beginning of flights by saying: “We are thrilled to see our presence in Southeast Asia increase with the introduction of operations to Langkawi and Penang. Flights from the United Arab Emirates to these well-liked vacation spots are essential for tourism and business connectivity. These locations in Malaysia provide chances for investment, pleasure, and cultural diversity. Not only travelers from the UAE but also those from the GCC and European markets will be drawn to our new flights.

Flydubai has increased its presence in Southeast Asia to four locations with the addition of flights to Langkawi and Penang, in addition to its Thai operations in Krabi and Pattaya.

On the Malaysian routes, flydubai will use Boeing 737 MAX aircraft with lie-flat seats in Business Class and enhanced comfort and a pleasurable travel experience in Economy Class.

Malaysia is a very significant market for flydubai, so we are happy to see these flights become a reality, said Sudhir Sreedharan, Senior Vice President, Commercial Operations (UAE, GCC, Africa, and the Indian Subcontinent). The daily service will be well-liked by our travelers from all over the network and will give passengers from Malaysia easy options to go to Dubai and beyond, whether they are doing so for business, pleasure, or to see family and friends.

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Both Langkawi and Penang are excellent choices for travelers touring Southeast Asia since they both provide a wide variety of experiences that appeal to beach lovers, adventure seekers, and foodies alike.

The spectacular geological formations, gorgeous beaches, and lush jungles of Langkawi are well known. The Kilim Karst Geoforest Park may be explored, and visitors can take pleasure in activities like island hopping and cable car journeys to the Sky Bridge. The island is a shopping paradise because it is duty-free.

Penang, known as the “Pearl of the Orient,” offers a complex cultural tapestry that combines influences from China, Malay, India, and Britain. Its George Town, which is recognized by UNESCO, is well-known for its storied buildings, lively street art, and street fare.

Recently, flydubai announced the beginning of operations to three more locations. It will begin daily service to Cairo on October 28, Poznan, its third Polish destination, will follow on October 29, and Mombasa will join its expanding network on January 17, 2024.

  •  Tropical beach on Malaysia’s Langkawi island

Flight information

Flights will run daily from Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport (DXB) to Langkawi International Airport (LGK) and Penang International Airport (PEN) beginning on February 10, 2024.

Return From DXB to PEN, business class tickets cost as little as AED 11,000, and economy class light tickets cost as little as AED 2,700.

Return From DXB to LGK, Business Class prices start at AED 11,000, and Economy Class Lite fares begin at AED 3,500.

Source- Travel daily

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