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  1. I don’t sure about trial flights after delivery. But MAH supposely to arrive and later will proceed with C check + bridging. MAB decide to do check in-house as they had capability to do so plus saving cost. It’s common check when the aircraft is going to transfer from lessor to operator. This check plan usually takes about 22-30 calendar days. The earliest it can enter to service in mid Dec.
  2. Yes, under 8C maintenance check. Should be serviceable to fly by next week.
  3. The first one coming from ex-SAS aircraft (SE-RSB) while second one remains unknown, most probably come from ex-SAS too. The cabin config though I didn’t get much info on this matter.
  4. 1 additional A359 to be register as 9M-MAH is expected to receive by this November 2023 while another one is still under negotiation process with lessor with expectation to deliver by March 2024. Yet, Don’t get suprised that the first A339 destination would be Melbourne.
  5. Not yet but will flying to same destination later, under registration as VP-BYW
  6. One of Indonesia Airasia X A330 PK-XRA is currently at MAB hangar, undergoes maintenance and will be transfer to AAX after check is complete.
  7. The replacement for 777 is already in place. they have ordered 13 A350-1000 with options for 25 more aircraft. Likely 772 will be replaced by 359 and 773 will be replaced by 35K. Early 359 frame configuration is catered for regional/domestic sectors.
  8. Had worse experience than this, 9M-MTZ once bound to Taipei as MH366, supposely to take off on 9:30am but delayed to 3 pm after 3 failed rejected takeoff attempt. Imagine of 5 hours inside aircraft because passengers cant disembark the aircraft.
  9. Yes, but unlikely to get main landing gear change for MTY. A330-300 is quite buzy lately as MH gonna has wifi installation
  10. MTZ undergoes installation of centre overhead bins at business section + other package as well.
  11. My apology. I forgot to link the source. Here it is; https://www.nst.com.my/news/nation/2019/09/518721/kl-5th-worlds-most-visited-city-bangkok-takes-top-spot-mastercard
  12. Kuala Lumpur is 5th most visited city in the world after Bangkok, Paris, London and Singapore. Market is there but need proper strategy
  13. I hope MAHB can learn some lesson from this incident. Overdue upgrade is one reason plus multi layer management prolong the process. Well, it's just few days after 21 Anniversary.
  14. Saudia in the GDS and schedule listing has filed preliminary service for Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft. Preliminary filing currently displays the -10 aircraft operating Kuala Lumpur Jeddah route, effective from 29MAR20. The configuration of 787-10 Dreamliner is C24Y333. SV834 JED0205 1545KUL 787 D SV842 JED0755 2135KUL 789 x236 SV840 JED1305 0245+1KUL 787 D SV841 KUL0425 0745JED 787 D SV835 KUL1720 2040JED 787 D SV843 KUL2315 0235+1JED 789 x236 SV834/835 is not available for reservation. The third 787-10 carrier to be deployed at KUL after SIA and Etihad although they are for familiarization/seasonal flight.
  15. Malaysia Airlines in Northern winter 2019/20 season plans to increase Kuala Lumpur – Auckland service, with the addition of 8th weekly flight, operating from 07DEC19 to 29FEB20 (KUL departure). From 27OCT19, the airline will once again split operational schedule to morning and evening departure. MH133 KUL0825 – 2355AKL 332 x357 MH145 KUL2045 – 1205+1AKL 332 x146 MH132 AKL0110 – 0715KUL 332 x146 MH144 AKL1320 – 1930KUL 332 x257 MH133 on Day 6, MH132 on Day 7 operates from 07DEC19 to 01MAR20.
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