To address strong demand on its Asian routes to Kuala Lumpur and Bali, Qatar Airway is upgrading its current service utilizing Airbus A300 aircraft to the larger and more modern Airbus A330 aircraft from its fleet of 58 airplanes. The A330 planes will feature up to 53 more seats per flight with Qatar operating two versions of the A330 on the route: A330-200 featuring 22 business class seats and 259 in economy or the A330-300 with 30 business class seats and 275 in economy.
Qatar flies ten services per week between Doha and Kuala Lumpur with four of these flights continuing on to Bali.
The upgraded aircraft also offer an upgraded level of passenger comfort and on-board amenities including an interactive audio and video entertainment system providing a choice of 80 channels of movies, 70 television programs and 16 music channel. Passengers can also select from more than 300 compact disks of music covering the entire milieu of musical tastes.
Qatar Airways flies to 78 destinations in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia, the Indian subcontinent and North America.
Qatar Airways has declared its intent to eventually expand its Bali service to daily operations once additional aircraft are introduced to its fleet.
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