KUALA LUMPUR (XFNews) - At least three more airlines are due to use Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) by the end of the year, bringing the number of carriers flying to the airport to 53, the Star reported, without citing sources.
The newspaper said the three are Russia's Transaero Airlines, Medan-based Top Air, and India's Air Sahara.
Air Sahara had originally planned to fly to KLIA in May but now expects to make its maiden flight from Chennai in mid-November.
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