London, United Kingdom, March 24, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- SearchCheapFlights provides bargain deals for overseas flights aboard international standard air carriers. As reported by Australian Business Traveller, Malaysia Airlines has outlined to introduce daily direct flights to Brisbane from its hub of Kuala Lumpur in the upcoming new season.
The move will bolster the position of the Far East to be availed as the venue for accessing air travel to Australia. Passengers booking with Malaysia Airlines will have easier flexibility of flight schedules for reaching Brisbane, allowing higher probability of securing last minute bookings accordingly.
SearchCheapFlights.co.uk has been established for booking airline tickets for inbound and outbound air travel from the UK. The agency has also registered Malaysia Airlines for providing bargain deals for its flights towards the Far East and Oceania regions. To name a few, flights to Hong Kong, Penang, Adelaide, Brisbane and Manila can be booked with a call to the agents who are available round the clock on the hotline as well as the internet.
All the flights on the route will be operated upon the newly inducted Airbus A330 300 airliner. The A330 is being steadily allocated for upgrading other routes to Australia as well, with daily flights to Sydney being allocated with the said aircraft by the 1st of April. Flights to Brisbane are currently being operated five times per week, which will be increased to be operated on a daily basis on the 20th of June in the coming season.
Established on the eastern edge of Australia, Brisbane has held a location of historical importance for the earliest immigrants to become nationals of the state. The city has a reputation for one of the friendliest and well diverse environments, with its inhabitants consisting of an international community. Its outskirts range with a natural landscape of mountains and wildlife parks, while water bodies are also present in the form of wetlands and lakes, making it a popular venue for eco-tourism.
Malaysia Airlines has based its hub in Kuala Lumpur International Airport, and is the flag carrier airline of Malaysia. The airline is one of the leading participants to spearhead the regional airline sector in international markets, and has a network coverage ranging across the entire continents of Oceania and Asia. It has initiated international collaboration as well by lately securing its membership with Oneworld global airline alliance.
“Australia has availed a massive passenger base incoming from the Far East direction,” said Victor Hunt, the operations manager at SearchCheapFlights. “And with the upcoming holiday season, the same passenger load is typically expected to multiply over time. Apparently Malaysia Airlines is one of the few competitors based in the region to take advantage of this passenger market, thus making it suitable for higher flight frequencies to be a sound investment in operations.”