Malaysia Airlines is adding another international destination to its network by inaugurating scheduled air services linking Kuala Lumpur with Siem Reap, Cambodia’s gateway to Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Effective 3 June 2004, Malaysia Airlines will operate three weekly flights on Monday, Thursday and Saturday between Kuala Lumpur and Siem Reap. The outbound flight departs Kuala Lumpur at 1100 hours to reach Siem Reap at 1210 hours. The return flight departs Siem Reap at 1300 hours and transits Phnom Penh at 1345 hours before proceeding to arrive Kuala Lumpur at 1720 hours on the same day.
A two-class configured Boeing 737-400 aircraft with 16 Business and 128 Economy Class seats will be used for this new service injecting a total capacity of 432 seats per week per direction.
In conjunction with this new service Malaysia Airlines’ Golden Holidays, is offering passengers specially developed packages from Malaysia starting from an attractive share-twin rate of RM 861 per adult for a 4day/3night holiday experience in Siem Reap.
Malaysia Airlines is also offering a 7-day validity promotional adult economy class return travel airfare of RM 630.00 on the Kuala Lumpur/Siem Reap/Kuala Lumpur route, valid for travel from 03 June 2004 till 31 August 2004, available from both its ticketing offices and appointed agents in Malaysia.
With the introduction of this new service, Siem Reap becomes Malaysia Airlines’ 2nd Cambodian destination Phnom Penh, which was linked to the airline’s network since 15 July 1992.
Passengers can contact Malaysia Airlines’ toll-free number for 1-300-88-3000 for reservations and enquiries on this new service.