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Friday, April 29, 2016

XPRESS AIR FLIES INTO MALACCA

      XPress Air targets 

     1,500 passengers    

      Melaka-Pekan 

      Baru flight within 

      three to six months

  Xpress Air targets 1,500 passengers for Melaka-Pekan Baru flight within three to six months
                       The airline will consider using a
                        Boeing 737-3.  flight had 26  
                        passengers on board
                       and was  greeted by the State
                       Transport,Project, Rehabilitation
                       and International
                       Trade Committee Chairman
                       (second from left) here today. -
                       Bernama Photo

       MELAKA
                 


















       Indonesian hybrid airline,
       XPress Air aims to attract
       1,500 passengers for the return
       flight from Melaka to Pekan
       Baru within three to six months.

       Commercial Director
        Poernomo said
        it was the second international
        route for the airline after
        Launching the Pontianak, Indonesia
        to Kuching Sarawak sector in 2014.

       " This follows the success of
       the two-way flights between
       Pontianak and Kuching," he told
       reporters after the maiden flight from
       Pekan Baru arrived at the
       Melaka International Airport here.

       The flight had 26 passengers on board
       and was greeted by the State
       Transport,Project, Rehabilitation and
       International Trade Committee
       Chairman,Datuk Lim Ban Hong on
       arrival at 3.10 pm.

       Swadono said Xpress Air will initially
       Operate the flight using a Dornier 328
       which can carry 32 passengers
       Withfour weekly flights on Tuesday,
       Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 4.25
       pm.
       The airline will consider using
       a Boeing 737-300 which can fly
       120 passengers if the response was
       good. 

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