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Kuala Lumpur, known by the natives as KL, is the Malaysian capitol and known for its 451 m high Petronas Towers, the highest twins' building in the canyon. At the other side, 309.25 km from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore is an insular state off the coast of the South. Singapore is one of the top ten places in the global food and beverage industry.
Travelers must discover its spectacle attraction such as Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Underwater World, Universal Studios etc. A number of major airlines such as Malindo Air, Singapore Airlines, Silkair, Malaysia Airlines, Oman Air and Garuda operate scheduled services to Singapore. The Kuala Lumpur airport is operated from Kuala Lumpur Airport, which was built in 1998.
Malaysia's biggest and most congested airfield, the airfield is home to three airstrips, a Passengers Terminals Center, shops, a 5-star resort and the world's highest air traffic control tower. There are several airlines connecting Kuala Lumpur with all important German and foreign airports. Changi offers connections from Singapore to a wide range of cities, both nationally and internationally.
It has received more than 470 accolades since 1971. Changi International and Changi International Airports offers almost 66 million annual visitors with the most up-to-date infrastructure and equipment. Related and necessary information about the Kuala Lumpur to Singapore timetable can be obtained by log in to our formal website. Flying times from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore can range from a min. of 004m for non-stop to a max. of 2925m for-stopovers.
Myanmar Airways International and Royal Brunei Airlines sign codesharing agreements
Myanmar Airways International (8M/MAI) and Royal Brunei Airlines (RB) have entered into a code share arrangement which will enter into force on 18 December 2017. The code-share arrangement offers more opportunities for RB and MAI passengers travelling between the two ASEAN locations for private or work. Passengers from both airports can book their travel to and from Yangon, Myanmar via Singapore (Changi International Airport) or Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi International Airport) with a one-way fare with either Royal Brunei Airlines or Myanmar Airways International under this number.
Royal Brunei Airlines Acting CEO Kurt Harding said: "RB is delighted to have Myanmar Airways International as our code share ally. As a result of this alliance, RB Yangon, Myanmar's biggest and most important trading center, can be reached smoothly. Myanmar Airways International welcomes Myanmar Airways International customers on our day-to-day services between Yangon and Bangkok via Singapore or Bangkok."
MAI Chief Executive Officer Chooi Yee Choong said: "With the inclusion of Bandar Zeri begawan in its global communications networks, MAI is operating in 15 towns where Australia (Sydney, Melbourne and Perth), Seoul (Korea), Kolombo (Sri Lanka), Jakarta (Indonesia) and Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) are serviced by our various underwriters. Travellers can now look forward to greater comfort when they travel with Royal Brunei Airlines and Myanmar International Airways (MAI)".