Malawian Airlines Feb 2014 Operations

Malawian Airlines has launched operation on 30JAN14, initially operating Lilongwe – Blantyre – Harare service. The airline will be gradually expanding operations to Johannesburg, Lusaka and Dar es Salaam later this month. Reservations for these destinations are now available.

Lilongwe – Blantyre – Harare 3 weekly (Dash8-Q400 operating this service, replacing planned 737-800)
ET038 LLW1730 – 1815BLZ1900 – 2015HRE DH8 135
ET039 HRE2100 – 2215BLZ2300 – 2345LLW DH8 135

eff 05FEB14 Lilongwe – Blantyre – Johannesburg 1 daily (Blantyre – Johannesburg sector begins from 17FEB14)
ET020 LLW0800 – 0845BLZ0930 – 1145JNB 738 D
ET021 JNB1245 – 1500BLZ1545 – 1630LLW 738 D

ET021 until 16FEB14 operates as BLZ0945 – 1030LLW
ET020/021 until 16FEB14 operates with Dash8-Q400

eff 17FEB14 Lilongwe – Lusaka 3 weekly
ET046 LLW0900 – 1015LUN DH4 135
ET047 LUN1115 – 1230LLW DH4 135

eff 18FEB14 Lilongwe – Blantyre – Lusaka 4 weekly
ET032 LLW1730 – 1815BLZ1900 – 2010LUN 738 x135
ET033 LUN2055 – 2205BLZ2250 – 2335LLW 738 x135

eff 18FEB14 Lilongwe – Dar es Salaam 3 weekly
ET042 LLW0800 – 1000DAR DH4 246
ET043 DAR1045 – 1245LLW DH4 246

Following planned service is delayed, planned new launch date is currently unavailable
Lilongwe – Blantyre – Beira 3 weekly
Lilongwe – Blantyre – Maputo 3 weekly
Lilongwe – Blantyre – Tete 2 weekly

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