Lucky Air launches third route to Malaysia

Lucky Air celebrates new Kunming to Kuala Lumpur service

Lucky Air celebrated the launch of its new route between Kunming and Kuala Lumpur with flowers and an apron banner at the Chinese airport. The airline already serves Penang from Kunming, and also operated to Kota Kinabalu last July and August.

  • Lucky Air on 23 January added Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to its international network. On that day it began four times weekly flights on the 2,475-kilometre route from Kunming (KMG). The route has been served since December 2012 by AirAsia which currently operates a daily service. This is only Lucky Air’s third route to Malaysia. It also flies twice-weekly from Kunming to Penang and also served Kota Kinabalu last July and August. Lucky Air currently flies 37 narrow-body aircraft and is part-owned by Hainan Airlines Group. The carrier operates 14 international routes, nine of them from Kunming. These routes account for just 0.4% of seat capacity of all international services to and from China.

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