Malindo Air (OD) - Airfares Promotion

Malindo Air

Economy Class Return Fares Departing from Singapore - Changi Airport
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MALINDO AIR Economy Fares Promo
Sales / Ticketing Period: AUG 2016 - 31 MAR 2017 | Travel Period: AUG 2016 - 31 MAR 2017
*INCLUSIVE of taxes & surcharges. Seats are limited and subject to availability. Fares may fluctuate if charges, fees, taxes or currency change.
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Destination
Return Fares from
 
Economy Class
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 99* • Economy Class X
Bali, Indonesia SGD 169* • Economy Class X
Bangkok, Thailand SGD 169* • Economy Class X
Cochin, India SGD 239* • Economy Class X
Colombo, Sri Lanka SGD 239* • Economy Class X
 



BAGGAGE INFORMATION:

Hand-carry (Cabin Baggage) Maximum Weight
Maximum Dimension
Economy/Business 1 luggage, 7kg
additional 1 laptop bag or handbag
35cm x 55cm x 25cm
Check-in Baggage Maximum Weight
Maximum Dimension
Economy 15kg (for ATR aircrafts)
30kg (for Boeing aircrafts)
check with airlines
Business 40kg (for Boeing aircrafts) check with airlines

Note: Excess baggage charge will be calculated by the airlines. Exemptions and other terms may apply.

 


ABOUT:
Malindo Air commenced operations in 2013, is a Malaysian premium airline with headquarters in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. The name Malindo is derived from the countries’ names – Malaysia and Indonesia, that signifies a cooperative pact between the two countries. It operates from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (also known as the Subang Airport, Subang SkyPark or LTSAAS) in Subang, Selangor, Malaysia.

Malindo Air has a network of scheduled passenger services throughout Malaysia, and has spread its wings to regional destinations in Indonesia, Thailand, Bangladesh, India, Singapore, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Australia and Pakistan. Currently, it has 800 flights weekly travelling to over 40 destinations.

Official Site: http://www.malindoair.com