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  1. Very odd indeed for the Wau. Maybe if the original slanted Wau was used, the batik pattern wouldn't fit perfectly as it focuses on symmetry design. Though to be honest, the batik pattern seems out of place.
  2. Presumably for the special occasion of their first 737 MAX 8.
  3. ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES JUNE – AUGUST 2023 SE ASIA AIRCRAFT CHANGES source: aeroroutes Ethiopian Airlines since last week filed operational aircraft changes for Addis Ababa – Singapore – Kuala Lumpur service. Since 17JUN23 (Addis Ababa departure), 1 of 4 weekly service has been operated by Boeing 787-9, instead of the -8. The 787-9 departs Addis Ababa on Saturdays until 12AUG23, except 05AUG23. On 08JUL23, service is operated by 787-8, but 13JUL23 (Thursday) is operated by the -9. ET638 ADD2320 – 1450+1SIN1550+1 – 1710+1KUL 789 6 ET638 ADD2320 – 1450+1SIN1550+1 – 1710+1KUL 788 134 ET639 KUL2315 – 0035+1SIN0200+1 – 0550+1ADD 789 7 ET639 KUL2315 – 0035+1SIN0200+1 – 0550+1ADD 788 245
  4. MALAYSIA AIRLINES NW23 TOKYO HANEDA SCHEDULE UPDATE – 23JUN23 source: aeroroutes Malaysia Airlines’ Kuala Lumpur – Tokyo Haneda service during Northern winter 2023/24 season remains pending, as reservation for service on/after 01NOV23 remains unavailable, as of 23JUN23. Previously reported, the oneWorld member’s service for Tokyo Haneda in Northern summer 2023 season is listed until 16SEP23, Kuala Lumpur departure. Further changes can be expected in the next few weeks. MH036 KUL1500 – 2235HND 359 x12 MH037 HND0030 – 0710KUL 359 x23
  5. CITILINK ADDS MEDAN – KUALA LUMPUR FROM MID-JUNE 2023 Indonesian carrier Citilink from mid-June 2023 plans to add new service to Malaysia, with the opening of Medan Kualanamu – Kuala Lumpur route. Effective 16JUN23, Airbus A320 aircraft will operate this route on daily basis. QG536 KNO1700 – 1910KUL 320 D QG537 KUL1545 – 1600KNO 320 D
  6. NEPAL AIRLINES ADDS KUALA LUMPUR – BHAIRAHAWA SERVICE IN JUNE 2023 Nepal Airlines in June 2023 plans to operate international service at Bhairahawa, with tentative scheduling of 3 Kathmandu – Kuala Lumpur – Bhairahawa – Kathmandu flights in June 2023, with A320 aircraft. Schedule from 12JUN23 to 27JUN23 as follows. RA421 KTM2050 – 0335+1KUL 320 1 RA422 KUL0435 – 0730BWA0815 – 0900KTM 320 2 The airline in June 2023 also operates 4 weekly Kathmandu – Kuala Lumpur terminator flight.
  7. AIRASIA RESUMES PENANG – HONG KONG SERVICE FROM AUGUST 2023 AirAsia from August 2023 plans to resume Penang – Hong Kong nonstop service, last served by the airline until May 2013. Upon resumption on 10AUG23, the airline will offer 3 weekly flights on this route, with Airbus A320ceo aircraft. AK2281 PEN0630 – 1030HKG 320 246 AK2280 HKG1115 – 1455PEN 320 246
  8. BATIK AIR MALAYSIA 2Q23 KUALA LUMPUR SUBANG DOMESTIC ROUTES RESUMPTIONS Batik Air Malaysia in May and June 2023 plans to resume a pair of domestic service from Kuala Lumpur Subang, with service to Alor Setar and Kuantan. Kuala Lumpur Subang – Alor Setar eff 25MAY23 Service resumption since July 2022, 1 daily ATR72 OD1502 SZB0730 – 0840AOR ATR D OD1503 AOR0900 – 1010SZB ATR D Kuala Lumpur Subang – Kuantan eff 02JUN23 Service resumption since September 2015, 4 weekly ATR72 OD1822 SZB0700 – 0800KUA ATR x246 OD1823 KUA0820 – 0920SZB ATR x246
  9. FIREFLY TENTATIVELY RESUMES PENANG – KUANTAN IN NS24 Firefly in preliminary schedule listing for Northern summer 2024 season tentatively files service resumption on Penang – Kuantan route, operated by ATR72 aircraft. Last served until December 2020, the airline would operate 4 weekly flights from 31MAR24. FY2462 PEN1310 – 1440KUA AT7 x246 FY2463 KUA1505 – 1635PEN AT7 x246
  10. INDONESIA AIRASIA MAY/JUNE 2023 NETWORK EXPANSION Indonesia AirAsia in May and June 2023 continues network expansion from Jakarta, with the scheduling of additional 3 domestic and international routes. Jakarta – Ho Chi Minh City eff 31MAY23 4 weekly A320 (Last served until April 2013) QZ290 CGK2205 – 0105+1SGN 320 x246 QZ291 SGN0135 – 0435CGK 320 x357 Jakarta – Kuching eff 15JUN23 3 weekly A320 (Last served until January 2010) QZ530 CGK0730 – 1040KCH 320 246 QZ531 KCH1110 – 1220CGK 320 246 Jakarta – Labuan Bajo eff 16JUN23 4 weekly A320 QZ860 CGK0710 – 1035LBJ 320 x246 QZ861 LBJ1100 – 1220CGK 320 x246 Previously reported route addition in June: Jakarta – Perth eff 02JUN23 4 weekly A320
  11. BATIK AIR MALAYSIA RESUMES ADELAIDE SERVICE FROM MID-JULY 2023 Batik Air Malaysia from mid-July 2023 plans to resume service to Adelaide, where the airline schedules nonstop Kuala Lumpur – Adelaide flight, with Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. The airline will offer 3 weekly flights, effective 13JUL23. OD121 KUL2310 – 0750+1ADL 7M8 246 OD122 ADL0840 – 1455KUL 7M8 357 The airline last operated Kuala Lumpur – Denpasar – Adelaide routing until September 2020.
  12. AIRASIA X SCHEDULES KUALA LUMPUR – BANGKOK SERVICE FROM MAY 2023 AirAsia X from late-May 2023 is adding new scheduled service to Thailand, as the airline schedules Kuala Lumpur – Bangkok Suvarnabhumi flight. From 21MAY23, Airbus A330-300 aircraft will operate this route 5 times weekly. D7170 KUL1010 – 1125BKK 333 x13 D7171 BKK1305 – 1625KUL 333 x135 D7171 BKK1310 – 1630KUL 333 5 Thai AirAsia in recent schedule update already adjusted frequencies on this route, reduced from 2 to 1 daily. It continues to offer 2 daily Kuala Lumpur – Bangkok Don Mueang service.
  13. AIRASIA EXPANDS BEIJING FLIGHT OFFERING IN NS23 Various AirAsia carriers in Northern summer 2023 season continues to strengthen service to Beijing, including Thai AirAsia resuming service to/from Chiang Mai. AirAsia will be adding service to/from Kota Kinabalu from July 2023. AirAsia Kota Kinabalu – Beijing Daxing eff 01JUL23 1 daily A320 AK1560 BKI1800 – 2315PKX 320 D AK1561 PKX0015 – 0545BKI 320 D Thai AirAsia Chiang Mai – Beijing Daxing eff 30APR23 1 daily A320 (Service resumption) FD600 CNX2315 – 0440+1PKX 320 D FD601 PKX0550 – 0935CNX 320 D
  14. BATIK AIR MALAYSIA RESUMES KL – JOHOR BAHRU SERVICE IN NS23 Batik Air Malaysia in late-April 2023 plans to resume Kuala Lumpur – Johor Bahru service, last served until March 2020. The airline schedules 6 weekly flights from 19APR23, increasing to 2 daily from 01MAY23. OD2403 KUL0845 – 0945JHB 7M8 D OD2405 KUL1400 – 1500JHB 7M8 D OD2404 JHB1030 – 1130KUL 7M8 D OD2406 JHB1545 – 1645KUL 7M8 D
  15. BATIK AIR MALAYSIA ADDS OKINAWA FROM AUG 2023; OSAKA INCREASES Batik Air Malaysia in August 2023 is further expanding service to Japan, including new route to Okinawa, operating via Taipei. Planned service expansion as follows. Kuala Lumpur – Taipei Taoyuan – Okinawa eff 16AUG23 4 weekly 737 MAX 8 OD882 KUL0720 – 1215TPE1315 – 1535OKA 7M8 x246 OD883 OKA1635 – 1720TPE1820 – 2305KUL 7M8 x246 Kuala Lumpur – Taipei Taoyuan – Osaka Kansai eff 15AUG23 Increase from 4 to 7 weekly, 737 MAX 8 OD880 KUL0100 – 0555TPE0710 – 1025KIX 7M8 D OD881 KIX1135 – 1320TPE1440 – 1930KUL 7M8 D The airline continues to operate 3 weekly Kuala Lumpur – Taipei Taoyuan – Nagoya flights with 737 MAX 8. The carrier’s overall service for Taipei will increase from 7 to 14 weekly.
  16. MALAYSIA AIRLINES RESUMES KOCHI SERVICE IN NS23 Malaysia Airlines at the launch of Northern summer 2023 season resumed Kuala Lumpur – Kochi service, last served until 2020. First flight was operated on 26MAR23 on board Boeing 737-800 aircraft. This route is scheduled 4 times weekly. MH108 KUL2200 – 2310COK 738 x235 MH109 COK0010 – 0655KUL 738 x346
  17. BATIK AIR MALAYSIA RESUMES CHENGDU / ZHENGZHOU SERVICE IN 3Q23 Batik Air Malaysia from July 2023 plans to resume service to Chengdu and Zhengzhou, previously served until 2020. Planned operation as follows. Kuala Lumpur – Chengdu Tianfu eff 07JUL23 4 weekly 737 MAX 8 OD672 KUL2130 – 0215+1TFU 7M8 x246 OD673 TFU0315 – 0745KUL 7M8 x357 Kuala Lumpur – Zhengzhou eff 07JUL23 3 weekly 737 MAX 8 OD692 KUL1640 – 2200CGO 7M8 357 OD694 CGO2300 – 0430+1KUL 7M8 357
  18. TRANSNUSA ADDS KUALA LUMPUR FLIGHTS FROM APRIL 2023 Indonesian carrier TransNusa from mid-April 2023 is adding new route to Malaysia, as it schedules Jakarta – Kuala Lumpur nonstop flight. From 14APR23, Airbus A320 aircraft to operate this route twice daily. 8B671 CGK0700 – 1010KUL 320 D 8B677 CGK1650 – 2005KUL 320 D 8B672 KUL1040 – 1150CGK 320 D 8B678 KUL2035 – 2145CGK 320 D
  19. BATIK AIR MALAYSIA SCHEDULES HOKKAIDO SUMMER SERVICE JUNE – AUGUST 2023 Batik Air Malaysia during Northern summer 2023 season schedules limited-time service to Hokkaido, previously listed as winter seasonal flights. From 11JUN23 to 11AUG23, the airline will once again operates Kuala Lumpur – Taipei Taoyuan – Sapporo New Chitose route, 3 times weekly with 737 MAX 8. OD888 KUL0720 – 1215TPE1315 – 1750CTS 7M8 357 OD889 CTS1915 – 2300TPE0005+1 – 0455+1KUL 7M8 357 During this period, the carrier’s Kuala Lumpur – Taipei Taoyuan sector will increase from 7 to 10 weekly.
  20. BATIK AIR MALAYSIA ADDS MALE / SEOUL IN 2Q23 Batik Air Malaysia this week filed additional new routes for Northern summer 2023 season, including service to Male and Seoul, while resuming service to Colombo. Kuala Lumpur – Colombo – Male eff 12MAY23 1 daily 737 MAX 8 (Colombo last served until March 2020) OD297 KUL1725 – 1825CMB1925 – 2030MLE 7M8 D OD298 MLE2130 – 2335CMB0035+1 – 0655+1KUL 7M8 D Kuala Lumpur – Seoul Incheon eff 23JUN23 1 daily 737 MAX 8 OD820 KUL2230 – 0600+1ICN 7M8 D OD821 ICN0700 – 1250KUL 7M8 D
  21. AIRASIA RESUMES KUALA LUMPUR – CEBU SERVICE FROM MAY 2023 AirAsia from May 2023 plans to resume Kuala Lumpur – Cebu service, last served by Philippines AirAsia (Z2) until February 2020, AirAsia (AK) until October 2016. AirAsia (AK)’s Airbus A320 aircraft will operate this route 3 times weekly, effective 12MAY23. AK590 KUL0910 – 1315CEB 320 357 AK591 CEB1345 – 1735KUL 320 357
  22. Anthony Loke: KLIA and KLIA2 to be rebranded to Terminals 1 and 2 PUTRAJAYA, Feb 9 — The Malaysian government has agreed in principle to rebrand the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) to KLIA Terminal 1 and KLIA Terminal 2 respectively.
  23. Fernandes: AirAsia has applied to operate flights from Subang Airport under the airport's regeneration plan “In big cities like Kuala Lumpur, you need to have more airports. I think it is a very bold, [a] brave and right decision for the domestic aviation industry in Malaysia. "I imagine it will be more expensive to fly from Subang Airport than the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), but I think it is the right decision,” Fernandes told reporters at the launch of AirAsia’s new AI-powered concierge that replaced its AirAsia Virtual Allstar, AVA, on Wednesday (Feb 8). AirAsia plans to target a new group of passengers for growth at the Subang Airport, and that routes would likely focus on regional destinations, Fernandes said.
  24. How about using the parking space of the KTM to build the new terminal so that there is a more direct connection with the KTM station. And then use the old terminal as the waiting area for the passengers. Will be looking forward to their new plans for redevelopment.
  25. The T1 old area seems to be crowded with developments. Unless they demolish some of the hangars to make way and concentrate all MRO related services around MAB hangars and redeveloped it. If I'm not mistaken, Malaysia Airlines is moving all its operations to KLIA and centralized their services there.
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