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Malaysia Airlines & Dorak Holdings to fly Kuala Lumpur-Istanbul charter services

July 30: Malaysia Airlines and Dorak Holdings have signed a three-month agreement for charter flights between Kuala Lumpur and Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen International Airport from October until December 2019.

(Seated, from left to right) Hazman Hilmi Sallahuddin, member of the senior management team of Malaysia Airlines and Ahmet Serdar Körükçü, chairman of the board, Dorak Holdings at the signing ceremony in Istanbul.
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(Seated, from left to right) Hazman Hilmi Sallahuddin, member of the senior management team of Malaysia Airlines and Ahmet Serdar Körükçü, chairman of the board, Dorak Holdings at the signing ceremony in Istanbul.

July 30, 2019: Malaysia Airlines and Dorak Holdings have signed a three-month agreement for charter flights between Kuala Lumpur and Istanbul’s Sabiha Gokcen International Airport from October until December 2019.

The agreement was signed between Hazman Hilmi Sallahuddin, member of the senior management team of Malaysia Airlines and Ahmet Serdar Körükçü, chairman of the board, Dorak Holdings.

Malaysia Airlines will operate three times weekly charter flights on its Airbus 330 aircraft, which comes with 287 seats comprising of 19 seats in Business Class and 268 seats in Economy Class. Dorak Holdings is one of Turkish’s most prominent tourism players.

Malaysia Airlines Group chief executive officer, captain Izham Ismail said, “With this agreement, Malaysia Airlines will be the first Malaysian carrier to land in Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport, since Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) acquired the airport in 2015. As the national carrier of Malaysia, we are the first touch point of Malaysia, and the first touch point for travellers to experience Malaysian hospitality. We hope that through this agreement, we are able to promote more of Malaysia to Turkey at the same time, to attract new markets to visit Malaysia.”

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