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  1. Why can't they get a widebody for AKL route? Were they not suppose to order/receive an A330? Or was that Lion Air?
  2. KUWAIT AIRWAYS OCT 2022 KUALA LUMPUR AIRCRAFT CHANGES 1 min NS22 Published at 1300GMT 01SEP22 Kuwait Airways in recent schedule update revised planned operational aircraft for Malaysia, where it resumes Kuwait City – Kuala Lumpur route on 02OCT22. The airline previously planned Airbus A330-800neo service from 02OCT22 to 26OCT22, however this has been revised to -200. Service operates 2 weekly in October 2022, increasing to 3 weekly from 01NOV22. KU409 KWI2245 – 1200+1KUL 332 37 KU410 KUL0530 – 0830KWI 332 25
  3. VN launches DAD-KUL According to routesonline, Vietnam Airlines have started DAD-KUL using an A321 efective 02SEP22
  4. It is disappointing to see MH operate QR routes with QR expected services and standards. MH is really lacking far behind and I am sure there would be pissed passengers who find out that they will fly an old and dated aircraft with sub-par services by our jaguh kampung cabin crew. From what I read, it is only till the end of the NW schedule, at least for the second daily flight to help QR with the aircraft shortages and the World Cup fever/mess. MH and AA are really good partners to QR; perhaps some subsidized token for helping QR out in this difficult times.
  5. https://www.malaymail.com/news/money/2022/07/06/new-international-airport-in-kuantan-expected-to-be-operational-in-2026-says-pahang-mb/16139 Not sure the validity of this or the progress but having seen Kulim, never know the fate of these projects
  6. Looks like they have selected the A330 afterall or is that wrongly interpreted? https://news.google.com/articles/CBMiXmh0dHBzOi8vd3d3Lm5zdC5jb20ubXkvYnVzaW5lc3MvMjAyMi8wNy84MTA1MzgvdGhlcmVzLXNlY29uZC1oYW5kLW1hcmtldC1haXJidXMtYTM4MC1hZnRlci1hbGzSAWJodHRwczovL3d3dy5uc3QuY29tLm15L2FtcC9idXNpbmVzcy8yMDIyLzA3LzgxMDUzOC90aGVyZXMtc2Vjb25kLWhhbmQtbWFya2V0LWFpcmJ1cy1hMzgwLWFmdGVyLWFsbA?hl=en-MY&gl=MY&ceid=MY%3Aen
  7. I was on the inaugral MH160 and returned today on Mh161. The flights were packed to the brim and no seats empty at all. Basically it is replacing QR 848 so the pax are trasnferred to MH 160/161. No doubt they have instant full load. Interesting cooperation between QR and MH 😉
  8. https://www.nst.com.my/business/2022/05/794980/malaysia-airlines-expands-international-network-new-direct-flight-doha Perhaps this is to provide support to QR who are unable to mount flights to KUL due to some of their aircrafts being grounded 😎 Just wondering why it is timed in such a way too
  9. https://www.thestar.com.my/lifestyle/travel/2022/05/09/malaysia039s-newest-ultra-low-cost-carrier-plane-spotted-in-klia Malaysia's newest ultra low-cost carrier plane spotted in KLIA _ The Star.html
  10. YEs in the meantime, they have started SIN and BKK separately but not sure if those were/are cargo flights on GF165/166 and GF155/156. Oh well :)
  11. Awesome that they are returning to KUL after a short gap!! Wonder what aircraft they will be using ?
  12. Let's hope so indeed, knowing how things operate here, the aviation sector is in need of a massive revamp and change of mindset!
  13. Oh yes they have updated their website - good to know CGK flights will be back to KUL on some days albeit thrice weekly and HKT will be four weekly via KUL. I also noticed that SIN will have both CGK and DPS tag-on for the time being effective 01NOV21
  14. PRAGUSA.ONE plans KUL among other destinations When we first reported on PRAGUSA.ONE, the company was intending to launch an airline that would serve a network of eight long-haul destinations from Prague and Dubrovnik. The plan was for these destinations to be: New York (EWR), Tokyo (NRT), Beijing (PEK), Los Angeles (LAX), Singapore (SIN), Johannesburg (JNB), Chengdu (CTU), and Kuala Lumpur (KUL). Source : https://simpleflying.com/pragusa-one-launch-plans/
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