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Pretty much anyone can edit a wiki page.

 

If it's mentioned in wiki but not in any official announcements, I won't get too excited about this.

 

Just like months ago in the BKI wiki page saying that MH will resume direct service to SIN, but couldn't find any source whatsoever. That little info on the page quickly edited out.

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Uzbekistan Airways from 28DEC14 to 18JAN15 is adding overall 4th weekly Tashkent – Kuala Lumpur service, which sees the new flight operates on Sundays, with Boeing 757 aircraft. This flight operates as terminator service.

 

HY553 TAS1140 – 2215KUL 752 7
HY554 KUL2340 – 0435+1TAS 752 7

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Mega Maldives set to start air travel to Malaysia and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia starting December 23; it has launched a promotion in which it is selling tickets to both the destinations at extraordinarily low prices.

 

Mega Maldives aircrafts will have flights to both Malaysia and Jeddah three times a week. The company already has flights going to Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Palau.

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Iran's Aseman Airlines launches new Tehran-Kuala Lumpur flight

 

Maiden flight of Aseman Airlines landed in Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Friday with its 240 seats fully occupied.

Iran's Aseman Airlines will have two direct Tehran- Kuala Lumpur flights on Mondays and Thursdays, which depart Kuala Lumpur for Tehran respectively on Tuesdays and Fridays.

 

Launching of these two flights increased the Iranian airlines weekly flights to Kuala Lumpur to six, and the passenger capacity of Iran Air, Mahan Air and Aseman airlines up to 660 seats each way.

 

An Iranian tourism agency is the cosponsor of Aseman Airlines new Tehran- Kuala Lumpur flights.

 

The flight is using an Airbus A340 that has 34 first class, 35 business class and 171 economy seats.

 

The launching of this new flight can boost the healthy competition among the three Iranian airlines that present it and therefore, the greater satisfaction of their passengers, especially the university students that comprise the major portion of those passengers.

https://www.zawya.com/story/Irans_Aseman_Airlines_launches_new_TehranKuala_Lumpur_flight-ZAWYA20141206045713/

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THAI Adds Boeing 787 Service to Kuala Lumpur from Feb 2015



THAI from 01FEB15 plans to introduce Boeing 787-8 operations on Bangkok – Kuala Lumpur route, on TG417/418 service, 7 times a week. The Star Alliance member operates this route 18 weekly overall.


TG417 BKK1640 – 1950KUL 787 D

TG418 KUL2100 – 2205BKK 787 D


Note TG417/418 operates with A330 on 03FEB15

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found this while reading airliners.net forum..

not sure wether it is true or not..

 

Recently, Air China announced its 2015 new international routes:
From Beijing (Long-haul):
CA165/6 Beijing-Melbourne, start from 6-1, A330, 1/3/5/7
CA867/8 Beijing-Johannesburg, start from 6-19, B773, 1/3/5
CA879/80 Beijing-Montreal-Havana, start from 9-20, B773, 1/3/5
CA739/40 Beijing-Auckland, start from 10-25, A330, D
CA741/2 Beijing-Mumbai, start from 10-25, A330, 1/3/5/7
CA869/70 Beijing-Addis Ababa, start from 10-25, A330, 1/4/6
From Beijing (Short-haul):
CA865/6 Beijing-Astana, start from 6-1, B738, 1/3/5/7
CA727/8 Beijing-Fukuoka, start from 6-1, B738, 1/3/5/7
CA729/30 Beijing-Hakodate, start from 6-1, B738, 1/5
CA871/2 Beijing-Kuala Lumpur, start from 10-25, A330, 2/4/6/7
From Hangzhou:
CA725/6 Hangzhou-Osaka, start from 3-30, A320, 1/4/5
CA723/4 Hangzhou-Shizuoka, start from 3-29, A320, 2/3/6/7
From Tianjin:
CA717/8 Tianji-Jeju, start from 4-2, B738, 2/4/6

 

CA will fly to KUL again..this time with A330, ex-PEK

Edited by Yang Zulhilmi

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Their A330 is good. They used to fly their 757 here is crap. Good to see them back.

Yes, A330 is more modern... I am sure that they want to capitalise on MH's misfortunes...

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Yeah, I guess the plunge in traffic to KUL from PEK is now stabilising more.. And there is probably local demand but they won't want to fly MH

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Yes, A330 is more modern... I am sure that they want to capitalise on MH's misfortunes...

 

Yeah, I guess the plunge in traffic to KUL from PEK is now stabilising more.. And there is probably local demand but they won't want to fly MH

Now that travel agencies is asking the government to consider for visa free entry for Mainland Chinese to Malaysia, hopefully MH can reinstate its second daily flight soon. However, I hope the government is careful in making their destination, unless we want to end up as prostitution hub.

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Before the QZ8501 crash, D7 were reporting good loads.

 

Not sure what is happening now that the Airasia brand has been tarnished. I suppose mainland Chinese need an alternative airline for their travels to Malaysia.

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i dont know wether this is true,

but Regent Airways is planning DAC-JHB route? interesting

 

 

The added capacity will be used to increase the carrier's route network which currently includes domestic Bangladeshi flights and services to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Kolkata, Kuala Lumpur Int'l, and Singapore Changi regionally. Among the new destinations being considered are Saidpur locally and Doha Hamad Int'l, Muscat, Abu Dhabi Int'l, Riyadh, Jeddah, Gaya (India), and Johor Bahru regionally.

 

 

http://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/34221-bangladeshs-regent-airways-first-of-three-b737-800s-due-in-may

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VA Air in Summer 2015 season is adjusting capacity to Malaysia, which sees Airbus A321 aircraft operating on Taipei Taoyuan – Kuala Lumpur route, instead of A330-200, during following periods.

29APR15 – 30MAY15 Day x47
03JUN15 – 12JUN15 Day 35
17JUN15 – 01AUG15 Day x47
04AUG15 – 10AUG15 Day x347
11AUG15 – 22AUG15 Day x147
23AUG15 – 31AUG15 Day x47
02SEP15 – 16SEP15 Day 35
18SEP15 – 21OCT15 Day x47

BR227 TPE0940 – 1415KUL EQV D
BR228 KUL1520 – 2010TPE EQV D

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Wow, traffic from Taiwan and China is still not recovering huh...

Wow, traffic from Taiwan and China is still not recovering huh...I remember in the 90s when Eva air flew to KUL twice daily with 747s

Wow, traffic from Taiwan and China is still not recovering huh...I remember in the 90s when Eva air flew to KUL twice daily with 747s

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Wow, traffic from Taiwan and China is still not recovering huh...

Wow, traffic from Taiwan and China is still not recovering huh...I remember in the 90s when Eva air flew to KUL twice daily with 747s

Wow, traffic from Taiwan and China is still not recovering huh...I remember in the 90s when Eva air flew to KUL twice daily with 747s

 

Who care anyway...better fly CX...

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