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Thursday, July 27, 2006

MALAYSIA AIRLINES’ REROUTES.

MALAYSIA AIRLINES’ REROUTES DUBAI/BEIRUT VV OPERATIONS TO DUBAI/DAMASCUS RETURN SERVICES.

Malaysia Airlines will commence flight operations three times a week between Dubai and Damascus. This is to temporarily replace the suspended Dubai/Beirut return flights.

The services between Dubai and Damascus will be operated for a limited period from 28 July 2006 till 29 August 2006. These flights have been activated to assist passengers whose travel to and from Beirut on Malaysia Airlines were disrupted following the closure of the Beirut International airport.

Flights MH 156 and MH157, originally serving Beirut, will now be temporarily rerouted Kuala Lumpur/Dubai/Damascus and Damascus/Dubai/Kuala Lumpur respectively on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

MH156 departs Kuala Lumpur at 0735 hours to arrive Dubai at 1035 hours and will proceed to Damascus at 1135 hours to arrive at the Syrian capital at 1345 hours.

The return flight MH 157 departs Damascus the same day at 1530 hours and arrives in Dubai at 1930 hours. It departs Dubai at 2035 hours and will arrive Kuala Lumpur at 0800 hours the next day.

These flights will be operated using a 294-seater Airbus A330-300 aircraft.
Malaysia Airlines will review the overall operations of the return flights MH156/157 and will update customers as and when there are further schedule changes.

Malaysia Airlines will resume its flights to the Lebanese capital once the airport is reopened.

Customers are encouraged to contact Malaysia Airlines nationwide Call Centre at 1 300 88 3000 (within Malaysia) and 603-7843 3000 (outside Malaysia) for more information.

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