Malaysia and China Southern Enter Codeshare

Malaysia Airlines and China Southern Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement affecting 35 weekly flights between Kuala Lumpur and Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing. This partnership is in addition to an earlier agreement allowing Malaysia Airlines customers to travel on China Southern flights to 90 destinations in China from Guangzhou and 38 from Beijing. China Southern passengers flying into Kuala Lumpur can connect to various domestic points served by Malaysia Airlines and MASwings, the new regional airline operating rural services in East Malaysia. Malaysia Airlines predicts a 7 percent growth in passenger volume for its China-Malaysia flights. Visit www.malaysiaairlines.com or  www.csair.com/en. (MR)

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