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About Qantas Airways

The Qantas Airways is one of the leading airlines in Australia as it has developed gradually in tandem with the civil aviation development in the continent. Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services Ltd, knows as Qantas, was established on 16th November 1920 by Sir Hudson Fysh KBE DFC, Paul McGinness DFC DCM and Sir Fergus McMaster. Presently, Qantas Airways is one of the leading of the world. With world-class hospitality, low air fare, cheap air tickets, online booking service and comprehensive schedule, Qantas Airways has become favourite of the passengers. Around July-September 1959 Qantas Airways acquired seven Boeing 707-138 jet aircrafts. This let the airline expand its route network to more destinations around the world and serve more passengers with Qantas Airways flights. The national animal of Australia, Kangaroo, features on the logo of the airline and its design is adopted from one penny coin of Australia. British Airways bid for a 25 per cent stake in Qantas with an investment worth 665 million Australian dollars in December 1992 and acquired the same in March 1993. Qantas Airways celebrated its 75th anniversary in 1995 and introduced a new logo of a winged kangaroo with words 75 years to mark the milestone.

About Langkawi (LGK)

Situated at a distance of 30km from the mainland coast of north-west Malaysia, Langkawi is a cluster of 104 islands. This archipelago of lush islands is located in the Amndaman Sea. The islands are separated from the mainland Malaysia by the Straits of Malacca. The coastal areas particularly are flat, alluvial plains lined with limestone ridges. Nearly two-thirds of the island is covered by dark woods, chains of mountains, lush hills and a natural flourishing vegetation. Apart from air planes, boat ride serves as an exciting and most sought after medium of reaching to this destination. Langkawl Ferry operates fast A/C boats from Kuala Perlis, Kuala Kedah, Penang and Satun. And Telaga Harbour operates its ferries from Ko Lipe, Thailand. Almost 18 miles long and 9 miles wide, the land offers though no such urban sophisticated fun, but pure nature bliss. This is the place where you find abundant underwater action, verdant plains and elevation. Its local culture and a diverse ethnicity are additions on its charm. Mostly tourists come here to cool off their stress, and this is what Air Hangat Village does. Containing a beautiful 3-tier fountain and a giant hand carved river stone mural, the village is well known for its spa. Get soaked here in pool or just take a casual stroll around the place. The restaurant here offers an amazing culinary experience, with a well fusion cuisine. Atma Alam Batik Village is more of the art lovers' destination as it comprises batik workshop, art gallery, showroom and handicraft shops. If you are one who takes pleasure in solitude in the company of nature. Buffalo Park and CHOGM Park are two such venues where nature seems to embrace the visitor in its loving presence. Field of Burnt Rice, Galeria Perdana, Gunug Raya, Mahsuri's Tomb, Lagenda Langkawi Dalam Taman and Laman Padi are other tourists attractions. Traveling high above in the air, cocooned inside the cable car, the Oriental Village located in the upper northwest of Langkawi Island provides an enjoying cable car ride. It takes the visitors high above in the air to Mount Mat. Cincang. MakeMyTrip.com offers you a unique opportunity to book online the cheap tickets to Langkawi. It does not matter if you are a habitual traveler or first time traveler, MakeMyTrip makes your journey silver smooth. Get amazing discounts and cheap rates.

About Langkawi International Airport

07100 Padang Mat Sirat, Langkawi, Kedah
Tel: 604 955 1311 | Fax: 604 955 1314