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Paris Bound Jumbo

Paris Bound Jumbo

 

Malaysia Airlines will launch Airbus A380 services between Kuala Lumpur and Paris from next month.
The French capital is the second European destination after London in the national flag carrier’s long haul network to be operated by the superjumbo.
 
The 494-seater Airbus 380 daily services to Paris will be rolled out to replace the current 282-seat Boeing 777 operations, increasing daily seat capacity by 75 percent, effective as of March 1, 2013.
 
Malaysia Airlines, Senior Vice President, Sales and Distribution, Duncan Bureau said, "We first started flying this route in April 1982 using the DC-10 aircraft with a transit in the Middle East. Today in 2013, almost 31 years later, we are using our latest flagship aircraft, the A380 which showcases our newest premium offering in products and services, for this non-stop service. With the A380 flying to Paris, Malaysia Airlines is proud to offer new levels of comfort, luxury and convenience to our guests.”





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