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Malaysia Airlines brings Airbus A380 to Paris

27th Feb 2013

Malaysia Airlines is to begin using the Airbus A380 on flights to Paris CDG.

The new Airbus superjumbo will also be used on the shorter hop to Hong Kong from next month.

The Kuala Lumpur to Paris route has been on the cards for some time.

It follows the introduction of twice daily A380 service to London as Malaysia Airlines now has five superjumbo in its fleet.

Malaysia Airlines has engaged French chef Amandine Chaignot to design its menu for the run to Paris, and also offers the airlines Chef on Call service where travellers can choose from a wide selection of meals before they board the plane.



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