Now You Can Fly Directly To Kuala Lumpur With Air India

Air India is beginning daily non-stop flights between India and Malaysia, from Delhi to Kuala Lumpur, from September 15, 2024
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The Kuala Lumpur skylineShutterstock

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia's capital city, is one of South Asia's most vibrant and modern cities. It, has evolved into a cosmopolitan metropolis as a result of its indigenous Malay culture, which has been influenced over time by the Chinese, British, and Indians. Aside from its architecturally spectacular buildings, such as the Petronas Twin Towers and the Menara Kuala Lumpur, KL is also a shopping destination, with numerous high-end malls. If you're considering a trip to the city, here is some good news.

Air India will begin daily flights between India and Malaysia, hence improving connectivity between the two countries. Starting September 15, 2024, there will be nonstop service between Delhi and Kuala Lumpur. India's national carrier airline plans to offer two types of travel along the route: economy and business. Here are all of the specifics for the upcoming flights.

Air India's Airbus A320neo aircraft will be launched on the Delhi-Kuala Lumpur route, with daily flights throughout the week. This is Air India's sixth major Southeast Asian destination, with direct flights. The airline currently operates flights from India to Singapore, Bangkok, and Phuket in Thailand, Yangon in Myanmar, and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. You can begin booking the KL ticket from Delhi on the Air India website. Economy seats are currently priced at INR 11,066, while business seats cost INR 30,071.

Visa Free For Indians

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Street restaurant Jalan Alor in the heart of Kuala LumpurShutterstock

Malaysia has a visa waiver in place for Indians, allowing them to stay for up to 30 days without a visa until December 31, 2024. This was announced in November 2023 by Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim who opened the doors for visa-free travel for both Indian and Chinese citizens. With this addition, the tally now reaches 30 countries where Indians can revel in the joy of hassle-free travel. From the enchanting landscapes of Albania to the tropical allure of Barbados, the list includes Bhutan, Nepal, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and many more. Malaysia, a captivating destination in its own right, stands proudly as the latest addition to this esteemed roster.

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