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On 5/22/2024 at 4:37 AM, Izanee said:

I am sorry, that is still speculation, no matter what the interviewee said! 
people do drop down and die - usually from arrhythmias, sudden cardiac events, aortic dissection, stroke, brain bleeds. 

do we know the post mortem findings? 

May she rest in peace 

I am not sure if an autopsy was performed, may ask some other day. My colleague and the departed's husband flew over on May 19, 2024 to retrieve the body and returned to KL last week Thursday May 24, 2024 for burial. He did mentioned his sister-in-law had been away most of the time, working hard. Not related to the case, someone posted the duty roster of MH's cabin crew, mind boggling. After a LHR return flight, they were required to do AKL return flight with minimal rest in between. Many flight are now persistently departing short of crew. MH have hired some new crew from the Philippines and Singapore, with higher salary, this has led to discontent among the local crew. MH also cancelled a last minute interview in Ho Chi Minh City, no reason was given. A lot of HR issues within MAG Group which the management turns blind eye on.

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Looks like the songket motif is no longer followed seems to be following the cabin product video render a while back. But again we got the same troll with the A380 in 2011. Wait for 1month more to see if this tail logo is still retained.

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47 minutes ago, jahur said:

Looks like the songket motif is no longer followed seems to be following the cabin product video render a while back. But again we got the same troll with the A380 in 2011. Wait for 1month more to see if this tail logo is still retained.

Since we only have four B737 max 8 with the songket, it is easier to remove it now and re-do the tailfin logo. The wau on B737 max is not slanted, unlike all the other fleet type, even this A330neo. B737NG logo is also slanted. Whoever works as branding in MH should be fired.

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If you look closely, you can see the tail logo is positioned differently from current A333. The logo is positioned more to upper section causing the logo to be shrink to smaller in size. Rudder hoist point to put as a reference.

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17 minutes ago, Mr.Bandit said:

If you look closely, you can see the tail logo is positioned differently from current A333. The logo is positioned more to upper section causing the logo to be shrink to smaller in size. Rudder hoist point to put as a reference.

Now that you have mentioned it, yes indeed!

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9M-MTB Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330-323 photographed at Melbourne Tullamarine (MEL / YMML) by Jayden Fu

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Their render from 2months ago still has the songket

But on the product video a diff wau was used LOL


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Someone on facebook made a render this is pretty much what it looks like now.

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You have few wau flying around,

  1. A330-200/300 wau positioned lower
  2. A330-900 smaller wau position higher
  3. A350-900 slightly smaller wau (tailfin is smaller)
  4. B737-800NG wau
  5. B737-800NG 9M-FFF wau
  6. B737 max 8 wau with songket

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10 minutes ago, JuliusWong said:

You have few wau flying around,

  1. A330-200/300 wau positioned lower
  2. A330-900 smaller wau position higher
  3. A350-900 slightly smaller wau (tailfin is smaller)
  4. B737-800NG wau
  5. B737-800NG 9M-FFF wau
  6. B737 max 8 wau with songket

And none of these tail wau (in blue and red) matches their all blue corporate Wau logo

Edited by Kee Hooi Yen

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2 hours ago, jahur said:

That was fast. MH has opted for all Type A doors. Not sure why they did so since they won't be configuring the airframe to sit the max number of passengers.

Current A330-900neo operators' selection:

  • Delta, Virgin Atlantic, TAP Air Portugal, Azul:- 3 Type A and 1 Type 1 doors installed
  • Cebu Pacific, Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Condor, Starlux, Corsair, ITA Airways, Iberojet, Sunclass, Air Calin:- 4 Type A doors installed 

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3 hours ago, Kee Hooi Yen said:

And none of these tail wau (in blue and red) matches their all blue corporate Wau logo

On printed materials, the logo is all blue and heading to the right. On aircraft, the red and blue wau remains, heading to the right too. The all blue wau remaind us of the darkest period of MH...from Tengku Aznil period up till Ahmad Jauhari. Glad that they stick to red and blue wau for aircraft and the all blue wau died with A380 retirement.

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1 hour ago, Pall said:

Heard the rego will be continuation of the A380 series. 9M-MN*. G perhaps?

Yes, heard the same 9M-MNG....onwards...

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On 11/22/2023 at 6:56 PM, JuliusWong said:

On a side note, on the new B737 MAX 8, Malaysia Airlines seems to revive its 1987's Malaysia Airlines logo with red widget on "m", "a" and "s" alphabets, but now it is in yellow colour.  Malaysia Airlines Logo 1987

Been a while, but has any reasoning ever been offered for the yellow 'widgets' on the 'malaysia' logo ? 🙂

 

 

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MALAYSIA AIRLINES JULY – OCT 2024 EXTRA SYDNEY SERVICE
NS24Oneworld Written By Jim Liu
Published at 2000GMT 30 MAY 2024

Malaysia Airlines between July and October 2024 schedules extra service on Kuala Lumpur – Sydney route, on board Airbus A330-300 aircraft. From Kuala Lumpur, extra flight is scheduled on 05JUL24, 06JUL24, 19JUL24, 20JUL24, 27SEP24, 11OCT24, 12OCT24.
 
Following schedule focuses on July 2024.
 
MH141 KUL0910 – 1935SYD 333
MH123 KUL2345 – 1000+1SYD 333
MH7031 KUL2345 – 1010+1SYD 333

MH7030 SYD1140 – 1830KUL 333
MH122 SYD1305 – 2000KUL 333
MH140 SYD2210 – 0500+1KUL 333

Source: https://www.aeroroutes.com/eng/240530-mhns24syd

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Seems like MH operated 2 additional NRT services this week timed for great onward connection to US/Canada. And rather odd they used a 2 digit number instead of MH 7xxx series. Flight operated 1JUN and will operate again 3JUN.

MH48 KUL0600 - 1410NRT 333
MH49 NRT1545 - 2150KUL 333

 

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36 minutes ago, JuliusWong said:

MALAYSIA AIRLINES JULY – OCT 2024 EXTRA SYDNEY SERVICE
NS24Oneworld Written By Jim Liu
Published at 2000GMT 30 MAY 2024

Malaysia Airlines between July and October 2024 schedules extra service on Kuala Lumpur – Sydney route, on board Airbus A330-300 aircraft. From Kuala Lumpur, extra flight is scheduled on 05JUL24, 06JUL24, 19JUL24, 20JUL24, 27SEP24, 11OCT24, 12OCT24.
 
Following schedule focuses on July 2024.
 
MH141 KUL0910 – 1935SYD 333
MH123 KUL2345 – 1000+1SYD 333
MH7031 KUL2345 – 1010+1SYD 333

MH7030 SYD1140 – 1830KUL 333
MH122 SYD1305 – 2000KUL 333
MH140 SYD2210 – 0500+1KUL 333

Source: https://www.aeroroutes.com/eng/240530-mhns24syd

The additional outbound flight MH7031 has exactly STD as MH123. That is interesting !

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9 hours ago, Kee Hooi Yen said:

The additional outbound flight MH7031 has exactly STD as MH123. That is interesting !

why would they use a 7xxx flight number?

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1 hour ago, Robert said:

why would they use a 7xxx flight number?

Mh3*** Maswings flight

Mh4*** codeshare

Mh5*** repositioning/ endorsement/ ferry flight all with 0 commercial nor charter customers onboard

Mh6*** Maskargo

Mh7*** are usually extra flights. Domestic holiday seasons we get those type of flight numbers as well. 

Mh8*** charter/haj/umrah

Mh9*** seems to be codeshare also.

Why SYD gets the 7*** those are short term extra flights. 

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