KUCHING: MASwings will introduce twice daily flights from here to Mukah from March 30.
The current frequency for the sector is nine flights per week.
The increased flights are part of the airline’s intention to do more flying as well as introduce new aircrafts and chart new destinations.
The airline has attracted 250,000 passengers within five months of operations.
Another route, the Kuching-Tanjung Manis, will have three weekly flights from April 5.
MASwings, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines, is a regional airline operating the Rural Air Services (RAS) in Sabah and Sarawak. It took over the services from FlyAsianXpress.
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