Malaysia Airlines returns to Brisbane, AirAsia links Macau and Phuket, and more.
Malaysia Airlines to Relaunch Brisbane Flights
Come June 6, Malaysia Airlines will relaunch flights between Kuala Lumpur and Brisbane. MH134 leaves Brisbane at 23:20 to reach Kuala Lumpur at 05:50 the following day. On the return, MH135 departs at 09:50 to arrive in Brisbane at 19:50. The service will run four times a week on Airbus A330-300 aircraft.
AirAsia Starts Macau-Phuket Flights
AirAsia has started daily flights between Macau and Phuket, with flights departing Phuket at 05:20 and arriving at 10:05. The return flight will depart Macau at 10:40 and arrive in Phuket at 13:05, taking three hours and 25 minutes.
Finnair Adds Long-haul Flights to Asia
For the 2018/2019 winter season, Finnair will be adding several frequencies to some of its long-haul Asian destinations, namely Osaka, Phuket, Hong Kong, and Delhi. Finnair will fly daily to Osaka with two additional frequencies on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with the same increase applied to the Hong Kong route on Fridays and Sundays. In addition, the Delhi service will become daily with the addition of a flight on Wednesdays. A fourth weekly frequency will also be added to the Phuket route on Mondays.