NEWS British Airways launches short film to promote their new Kuala Lumpur route

British Airways has released a 3 minute video to promote its return to Kuala Lumpur from Heathrow, scheduled to begin from the 27th May.

The video which was created by the marketing agency Cedar features advice on the town from Antony Lee, chief executive of AIG Malaysia, Cheryl Yeoh, a local start-up entrepreneur, Tan Kee Keat, an architect, chef Christian Bauer and restauranteur Eddie Chew.

They tell the video their thoughts on orientating the city, communicating in business meetings, new developments in the city and what to do after hours.

British Airways announced that they would be resuming the service on 17th September last year, the service will begin on 27th May after halting the flights in 2001.

The flights which will depart and arrive to Heathrow will operate on a four class Boeing 777-200ER with the following flight numbers.

BA33 departs Heathrow at 20:15 and arrive to Kuala Lumpur at 1600 the following day.
BA34 departs late evening at 23:05 will then arrive to Heathrow the following day at 05:25.

Boeing 777-200ER from British Airways G-YMMD