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  2. Malindo Fleet Update: ATR 72-600 - 12 B737-8GP - 2 B737-9GP/ER - 1 At its peak, Malindo used to have: ATR 72-600 - 20 B737-8GP - 22 (-1 9M-LNB) B737-9GP/ER - 6 Seven ATR 72 were transferred to Indonesia's Wings Air between 2017-2018. One (9M-LGD, used to be leased to Royal Brunei Airlines) left in 2020 to Wings Air too. Majority of the B737-8GP (17 airframes) were transferred back to Indonesia under Batik Air Indonesia (16 left in 2020, one in 2021). Three (LNS, LNT, LND) returned to its respective lessors, leaving final two (9M-LNP, 9M-LNV). All six B737-9GP/ER are returned to lessor, to be leased to Delta Airlines. Five left, leaving one (9M-LNG).
  3. Fleet updates November 30, 2021: AirAsia X According to planespotters.net updates, Vietjet will be taking three ex-AirAsia X A330-343 from ICBC Leasing: MSN 952 9M-XXA 13 years old MSN 974 9M-XXB 13 years old MSN 1165 9M-XXH 11 years old Source: https://www.planespotters.net/airline/AirAsia-Group AirAsia X transferred MSN 1596 previously 9M-XXW to AirAsia as 9M-VVA, effectively November 2021. With lease returns and transfer, AirAsia X current fleet stands at 17 A330ceo, peak was 32 Thai AirAsia X AirAsia Group has also returned A330-343 MSN 1058 Thai AirAsia X HS-XTK to lessor Aercap, reducing its A330ceo fleet to 7 (Peak at 12). Plus another two A330-900neo AirAsia India The Group is also winding down its India operation with news of Tata Group buying out remaining stake in AirAsia India. Tata Group recently won the bid to take over Air India with plans to merge it with Vistara as full service carrier and Air India Express with AirAsia India as low fare carrier. Three AirAsia India A320ceo have since been re-registered under Malaysia operation: MSN 5619 previously 9M-AQV, VT-SIN now 9M-RCA MSN 4727 previously N214FR, VT-MOD now 9M-RCB MSN ???? now 9M-RCH With the transfers, Air Asia India currently has 27 A320ceo and 5 A320neo.
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  5. So this some random news clipping I managed to retrieve ..... 😁
  6. AAX records RM149m losses AIRASIA X Bhd (AAX) has recorded a net loss of RM149.14 million and revenue of RM99.27 million in the first quarter ended Sept 30, 2021 (1Q21). In a filing to Bursa Malaysia, it said that during 1Q21, the company has suffered from the full impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and with the suspension of scheduled flight operations in April 2020, and the parking of the majority of the aircraft fleet, the performance indicators for the business are not meaningful. β€œThe tabular presentation of revenue and cost metrics in the quarter is therefore not included as there is no like-for-like comparison to the same quarter as at Sept 30, 2021. Official document: http://www.airasiax.com/newsroom/AAX_-_1Q2022.pdf Source: https://themalaysianreserve.com/2021/11/24/aax-records-rm149m-losses/?fbclid=IwAR2j_bYFjnVhd54M5Dhq6nHt6CEkDWIdrV9JihwS2JsrKAIChU4DMh5a8m4
  7. https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/airasia-x-restructuring-plan-backed-by-first-group-creditors-2021-11-12/ Malaysia's AirAsia X creditors agree restructuring, Airbus orders cut AirAsia X (AAX) creditors have agreed to a restructuring that will pay just 0.5% of debt owed and end its existing contracts, the Malaysian long-haul low-cost airline said on Friday. The airline has also reached a deal with its largest creditor, Airbus (AIR.PA) to reduce a multi-billion dollar order for 78 A330neo widebody planes and 30 A321XLR narrowbodies. AAX had been Airbus' biggest customer for the A330neo. AAX now plans to take 15 A330neos and 20 A321XLRs, an airline spokesperson said.
  8. Inter-group transfer: Airbus A320-216 8746 9M-RAV AirAsia first in svc 04nov21 KUL-LGK-KUL after transfer ex JA03DJ Source: https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb.main?LC=nav4&page=1 Photo Credit: Ahmad Sallehuddin A.Sahak
  9. BC Tam

    BKI 2021

    Heh, still no sign yet of those diverted birds at LBU and MYY making their way over πŸ˜€
  10. BC Tam

    BKI 2021

    But wait, seem like 9M-RAH is now attempting to come in, after circling above Bongawan
  11. jahur

    BKI 2021

    Looks like runway has just been reopened weather is also clearing up.
  12. BC Tam

    BKI 2021

    I guess it will take quite a while to clear all the accumulated congestion - have to wait till the rain stop before they can even start repairing the damaged runway at least (it's still pouring out there as I click away .....) πŸ™‚
  13. BC Tam

    BKI 2021

    Yeah, saw a couple of people sweeping up that part of the runway nearby the right angle turn at Jln Selangor Felt sorry for people in 9M-MSB having been waiting (at least 20 minutes or so) at end of runway 30 only to have to backtrack along runway to return to terminal, together with 9M-RAR close behind Tough to understand logic why 9M-AQB was pushed back and made her way towards runway 30, even as 9M-MSB and 9M-RAR were already on their way back to terminal. Yes, she too had to make her way back after a while πŸ˜„
  14. BC Tam

    BKI 2021

    9M-AJY still circling up there, but it would seem 9M-MLS had had enough and making her way to MYY (?) to wait it out
  15. BC Tam

    BKI 2021

    Looks like 9M-MXL and 9M-MSA already resting at LBU
  16. jahur

    BKI 2021

    Yes pothole reported by atc. Lol. It has been raining consistently everyday for more than 2 weeks in the evening period. I know cause everytime i try to go out for a jog for the evening it bloody rains.
  17. BC Tam

    BKI 2021

    Looks like BKI runway not going be of much use this afternoon. Just saw 2 A320s, a B738 and a B733 return to terminal after spending time waiting at end of runway (Tg Aru end) πŸ˜€
  18. jahur

    BKI 2021

    Had the opportunity to get upclose with the Antonov 124 days ago. This is probably the first time i've seen this(Except in KLIA) along with the IL-76 in Kota Kinabalu. That leaves the AN-12 and AN-22 not yet spotted. Probably the only time i thought about having wide angle lens as this plane refuses to fit itself into a kit lens. πŸ˜‚ Crew arriving ahead of schedule. With Volga Dnepr everything is DIY. Pushback tow bar, traffic cones, Wheel Chokes, Loads of spare tyres are brought in by them. Once it has been decided no pushback is required the Tow stick is stored back into the cargo hold. Aircraft did a 360 turn without pushback required photos here onwards are all video screenshots from my camera. With adverse weather coming in Atc had to prioritize arrival traffic first. So the aircraft took off behind schedule. As you would expect it even brough on a large crowd from the surrounding GA hangars and even avsec at the opposite end of the runway came out to spot its departure πŸ˜‚ Another note if this plane was loaded it would've rotated right infront of Terminal 2 even with full Runway length in use for departure. But since it was empty with only fuel it rotated very early as expected. Early left turn to avoid weather. Bon Voyage.
  19. AirAsia X slips into PN17 status after auditor expressed disclaimer of opinion on FPE21 accounts https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/airasia-x-slips-pn17-status-after-auditor-expressed-disclaimer-opinion-fpe21-accounts KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 29): AirAsia X Bhd (AAX), the low-cost long-haul affiliate of AirAsia Group Bhd, is now classified as a Practice Note 17 (PN17) company after its external auditor Messrs Ernst & Young PLT (EY) expressed a disclaimer of opinion on its audited financial statements for the 18-month financial period ended June 30, 2021 (FPE21). In a bourse filing on Friday, the carrier said it has 12 months to regularise its financial condition, failing which it will be delisted from Bursa Malaysia.
  20. Seems to be 2 more flights remaining. MH2594 KUL MYY 29 oct eta 1315 MH2594 KUL MYY 30 oct eta 1315
  21. Anyone in miri? Mab is sending out p2cargo for 3 days continuous using the A330-200. 9m-MTV is currently descending.
  22. jahur

    BKI 2021

    Past few weeks. Traffic frequency for the 737 a320 is gradually picking up. Widebody p2cargo charters days might be numbered.
  23. Possibly from next week (SQ106/105, SQ126/125) πŸ˜€ Singapore Airlines to fly A380 on 60-minute flight | CNN Travel
  24. when the dugong coming ah?
  25. On the contrary, the B738 is a great aircraft for domestic and ASEAN services - this has enabled MH to reduce CASK. Going forward, the B38M will probably be better for longer routes like PER, HKG, secondary Indian and Chinese destinations. Tokyo, Taipei and Seoul should still be a widebody destinations due to cargo.
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