Qatar Airways resumes services to Penang, Malaysia

Qatar Airways is thrilled to announce the much-anticipated resumption of daily services to Penang, Malaysia, commencing on 29th October 2023.

Passengers can look forward to this exciting route, which will operate via the picturesque destination of Phuket, Thailand, in both directions. These daily flights, operated on the Boeing 777 aircraft, will further strengthen Qatar Airways’ commitment to providing passengers with exceptional connectivity and world-class service.

The decision to resume services to Penang reflects Qatar Airways’ dedication to expanding its global network and offering passengers more travel options to popular destinations.

As a result, passengers can experience the charm of Penang, known for its rich cultural heritage, stunning beaches, and vibrant street food scene, while enjoying seamless connections through the award-winning Hamad International Airport in Doha.

Qatar Airways Vice President for Sales South East Asia and South West Pacific, Jared Lee, expressed his enthusiasm for this milestone, saying, “We are excited to resume our daily services to Penang, Malaysia, via the beautiful island of Phuket.”

“These flights reflect our commitment to providing passengers with greater travel options and unrivalled connectivity. Whether you’re traveling for business or leisure, Qatar Airways is dedicated to ensuring a seamless and exceptional journey for all our passengers.”

Passengers traveling on the Boeing 777 aircraft can expect a superior inflight experience, with spacious seating in Business Class as well as Economy Class. The airline’s renowned hospitality, coupled with its commitment to safety and hygiene, ensures passengers can relax and enjoy their journey to the fullest.

Additionally, the airline will also be increasing its flights to Kuala Lumpur from 15 December 2023, bringing the total to 28 weekly flights (four daily flights), where 14 weekly flights are operated by codeshare partner, Malaysia Airlines, to meet the growing inbound and outbound travel demand.




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