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Highlights: * Malaysian hybrid carrier Malindo Airlines on Saturday started direct flights from Mumbai (India) to Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). * Malindo to enter into the Indian market. Competition among the carriers on the Malaysia-India sector has further intensified with the entry of Malaysia's hybrid carrier Malindo Airlines.*Children to get 50% off on all Malindo Airlines flights * KL-Miri sector suspension (It's only temporary, says Malindo Airways) * Malindo achieves a huge traffic increase at Subang Airport * Malindo air will serve Penang and Langkawi and from both Kuala Lumpur airports * KLIA airport sees surge in local traffic *China to be Malindo Airways next big market expansion *Malindo Air's first 6 months has focused on building up it's local domestic network * Malindo Airways launch achieves 21% surge in Malaysia Domestic traffic as AirAsia and MAS also expand * The carrier hopes bus transfer can entice passengers to make some local to international connections * Carrier looks at establishing new base at Kota Kinabalu * Malindo Airlines domestic market share should reach 9% * MAS records large gains in local traffic and load factor * MAS reports tiny operating profit for 2Q2013 * Air Asia load factors also remain large as profits increase * Malaysian domestic air traffic market sees robust growth.

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