KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Cathay Pacific Airways and Malaysia
Airlines last month launched a code-share agreement involving their
flights between Hong Kong and Malaysia.
The agreement covers the two airlines' routes between Hong Kong
and Kuala Lumpur and between Hong Kong and Penang.
Under the agreement, Cathay Pacific will sell seats on nine
Malaysia Airlines flights each week between Hong Kong and Kuala
Lumpur, including two flights which stop in Penang. Malaysia
Airlines will sell seats on the 17 weekly Cathay Pacific flights
between Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur, including the seven flights
which continue to Penang.
With the new code share in operation, Cathay Pacific also plans
to increase its frequency from 17 flights to 21 flights each week
between Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur starting in December.
Malaysia Airlines plans to increase frequency from nine to 10
flights a week between Hong Kong and Malaysia, also later this