ViP Business Class Promotional Airfares Auckland to Europe from $6666

Written by Your VIPTRIP Team on September 2nd, 2012

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 FIVE  star rated Malaysia Airlines  offers daily services from Auckland via Kuala Lumpur  to the following destinations worldwide – information s subject to change without notice.

North America
United States of America
Los Angeles – Los Angeles International Airport
Asia
East Asia
China
Beijing – Beijing Capital International Airport
Guangzhou – Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport
Kunming – Kunming Changshui International Airport
Shanghai – Shanghai Pudong International Airport
Xiamen – Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport
Hong Kong – Hong Kong International Airport
Japan
Osaka – Kansai International Airport
Tokyo – Narita International Airport
South Korea
Seoul – Incheon International Airport
Taiwan (Republic of China)
Taipei – Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
South Asia
Bangladesh
Dhaka – Shahjalal International Airport
India
Bangalore – Bengaluru International Airport
Chennai – Chennai International Airport
Delhi – Indira Gandhi International Airport
Hyderabad – Rajiv Gandhi International Airport
Mumbai – Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
Maldives
Malé – Malé International Airport
Nepal
Kathmandu – Tribhuvan International Airport [begins 1 September 2012][1]
Sri Lanka
Colombo – Bandaranaike International Airport
Southeast Asia
Brunei
Bandar Seri Begawan – Brunei International Airport
Burma (Myanmar)
Yangon – Yangon International Airport
Cambodia
Phnom Penh – Phnom Penh International Airport
Siem Reap – Angkor International Airport
Indonesia
Bali – Ngurah Rai International Airport
Jakarta – Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
Medan – Polonia International Airport
 

A domestic route map of direct flights operated by Malaysia Airlines as of February 2008
Malaysia
Alor Star – Sultan Abdul Halim Airport
Bintulu – Bintulu Airport
Johor Bahru – Senai International Airport
Kota Bharu – Sultan Ismail Petra Airport
Kota Kinabalu – Kota Kinabalu International Airport
Kuala Lumpur – Kuala Lumpur International Airport (Hub)
Kuala Terengganu – Sultan Mahmud Airport
Kuantan – Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah Airport
Kuching – Kuching International Airport Secondary hub
Labuan – Labuan Airport
Langkawi – Langkawi International Airport
Miri – Miri Airport
Penang – Penang International Airport
Sandakan – Sandakan Airport
Sibu – Sibu Airport
Tawau – Tawau Airport
Philippines
Manila – Ninoy Aquino International Airport
Singapore
Singapore Changi Airport
Thailand
Bangkok – Suvarnabhumi Airport
Phuket – Phuket International Airport
Vietnam
Hanoi – Noi Bai International Airport
Ho Chi Minh City – Tan Son Nhat International Airport
Southwest Asia
Saudi Arabia
Jeddah – King Abdulaziz International Airport
Europe
France
Paris – Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport
Germany
Frankfurt – Frankfurt Airport
Netherlands
Amsterdam – Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Turkey
Istanbul – Ataturk International Airport
United Kingdom
London – London Heathrow Airport
Oceania
Australia
Adelaide – Adelaide Airport
Brisbane – Brisbane Airport
Melbourne – Melbourne Airport
Perth – Perth Airport
Sydney – Sydney Airport
New Zealand
Auckland – Auckland Airport

Terminated destinations
Africa
Egypt – Cairo[2]
South Africa – Cape Town[3], Johannesburg[3]
Americas
Argentina – Buenos Aires[3]
Canada – Vancouver
United States – Honolulu, Newark[4]
Mexico – Mexico City
Asia
Bahrain[5]
People’s Republic of China – Chengdu, Guilin, Wuhan, Xi’an[2][6]
India – Ahmedabad, Kolkata[2]
Indonesia – Balikpapan, Bandung, Manado, Makassar, Padang, Pekanbaru, Pontianak, [2] Surabaya, Tarakan, Yogyakarta
Japan – Fukuoka, Nagoya[2], Tokyo-Haneda[7]
South Korea – Busan
Kuwait [8]
Laos – Vientiane
Lebanon – Beirut [9]
Macau[10]
Malaysia – Ipoh
Pakistan – Karachi [11]
Philippines – Davao, Zamboanga City, Cebu
Saudi Arabia – Dammam [12]
Taiwan, Republic of China – Kaohsiung
Thailand – Chiang Mai, Hat Yai[13][14]
United Arab Emirates – Dubai[12]
Europe
Austria – Vienna[2]
Belgium – Brussels
Croatia – Zagreb[15]
Germany – Munich[4]
Italy – Rome[3]
Russia – Moscow-Domodedovo
Spain – Madrid
Sweden – Stockholm[16]
Switzerland – Zürich[2]
United Kingdom – Manchester[2]
Oceania
Australia – Cairns, Darwin[17][18]

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