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I hope this too as DPS airfare is quite a premium compared to other comparable sectors and for AK, DPS is not always on their promo list.

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Unfortunately, despite D7 flights (and additional seats), fares have not really moved down. Its just like MLE, DPS is a premium destination!

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InDaily has confirmed that Malindo Air, a subsidiary of Lion Air, has been in negotiations with Adelaide Airport to establish regular flights between Adelaide and Bali.

The Australian Government this morning issued a temporary directive, ordering its officials and contractors not to fly using Lion Air or any of its subsidiaries, including Malindo Air.

 

 

 

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Malindo Air introduced BKI-TWU commencing December 6, with daily flight. Joining the crowd, to feed their chinese passenger I think. Maybe its time for government to expand Tawau Airport to allow direct flight from North East Asia.

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KCH-BKI daily flight begins 28 October

 

completed KCH BKI OD1707 on 13 Nov with POB 40 and BKI KCH OD1706 on 18 Nov with 20POB

 

duno how it can tahan... the timing just 1 hour later than MH and MH seems better load than OD. AK biasa la packed like sardine and price not cheap either.

I can get od return tix RM198 plus 25kg luggage n pizza on board.

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I suspect some people might still not have complete trust in a Lion Group carrier.


It is understandable that in 2018, Malindo/Batik Air Malaysia has not taken delivery of any new aircraft.

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I suspect some people might still not have complete trust in a Lion Group carrier.

 

It is understandable that in 2018, Malindo/Batik Air Malaysia has not taken delivery of any new aircraft.

Od has a reputation for flight cancellation. Those need certainty on schedule are unlikely to rely on od.

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Malindo Air last week filed operational schedule for its planned service to Japan, as the airline intends to serve Kuala Lumpur – Taipei Taoyuan – Sapporo New Chitose route. The airline would offer this route 3 times a week with Boeing 737-800, from 23JAN19. Reservation is not available for the moment.

 

OD888 KUL0740 – 1230TPE1345 – 1820CTS 738 236

OD889 CTS1920 – 2300TPE0005+1 – 0455+1KUL 738 236

 

Overall service on Kuala Lumpur – Taipei Taoyuan route would increase from 7 to 10 weekly as a result.

 

 

source: airlineroute

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Malindo Air from January 2019 is introducing new scheduled service to China from Kota Kinabalu, as the airline opened reservation for Kota Kinabalu – Chongqing route. From 10JAN19, the airline’s 737-800 aircraft will operate this route 3 times a week.

 

OD650 BKI2000 – 0100+1CKG 738 246

OD651 CKG0200 – 0635BKI 738 357

 

source: airlineroute

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Malindo Air in the second-half of January 2019 plans to introduce additional scheduled charter service to China, including Haikou and Chongqing. Planned schedule as follow.

 

Kuching – Haikou eff 16JAN19 2 weekly

OD678 KCH2235 – 0215+1HAK 738 37

OD679 HAK0315 – 0700KCH 738 14

 

Langkawi – Chongqing eff 23JAN19 Every 4-5 days

OD685 LGK2055 – 0100+1CKG 738

OD686 CKG0200 – 0630LGK 738

 

source: airlineroute

 

Looks like they still have a low utilisation rate in their fleet.

Is here nobody in this forum working for Malindo? :search:

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Here is an overview about the fleet yesterday 4th january:

LNF = KUL-DPS-KUL-DEL-KUL

LNG = KUL-DMK-KUL-DMK-CCU-KUL

LNH = COK-KUL-KTM-KUL-COK

LNJ = BKI-KUL-LHE-KUL

LNL = CMB-KUL-TRZ-KUL-KTM

LNK = KUL-PER-KUL-CMB

 

LNM = no flights the last 7 days

LNP = no flights the last 7 days

LNQ = KMG-LGK-KUL-ATQ-KUL

LNR = KUL-HKT-KUL-SGN-KUL-CGK

LNS = PEN-KUL-KCH-KUL-BKI-KUL-DAC

LNT = CCU-KUL-PEN-KUL-BKI-KUL

LNU = KUL-DPS-KUL-LGK-KUL-SIN-KUL-PEN

LNW = no flights the last 7 days

LNV = PER-KUL-HAN-KUL-PER

LNY = KUL-COK-KUL-DPS-MEL

 

LCC = HAK-JHB-KUL-SIN-KUL-HKT-KUL

LCD = CAN-KUL-SIN-KUL-KCH-KUL-RGN

LNZ = BKI-SIN-BKI-WUH-BKI

LCF = KUL-DMK-KUL-LGK-KUL-BKI

LCG = MEL-DPS-KUL-LGK-CTU

LCH = KUL-CGK-KUL-JHB-KUL-CAN

LCJ = reg not found on flightradar?

LNC = KUL-BKI-KCH-BKI-CSX

LND = KUL-TPE-KUL-BOM-KUL

LCK = CGK-KUL-PNH-KUL-DEL-KUL

 

LCL = CAN-BKI-TWU-BKI-KUL-SIN-KUL-KCH-KUL

LCM = TRN-KUL-PEN-CGK-KUL-LBU-KUL

LCP = KUL-LGK-KUL-BDO-TRZ-KUL

 

So 4 birds not in the air but the other 737 looks, at least yesterday, on a good utilisation

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Is here nobody in this forum working for Malindo? :search:

 

I am.

 

LNM / LNP undergoing C-check. LCJ / LNW supposed to be flying.

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Seems like OD is really onto indian subcontinent. From my previous flights to DPS, from boarding to queuing at DPS immigration, most of pax are from that region with only handful of fellow locals. Dont know about other sector though.

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Malindo Air next week is adding Kota Kinabalu – Tianjin service, with 3 weekly flights scheduled from 17JAN19. Initially service operated by 737-800, switching to -900ER from 02FEB19.

OD688 BKI1800 – 2330TSN 739 246
OD689 TSN0030 – 0600BKI 739 357

 

 

Source:airlineroute

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Bookable from Kota Kinabalu on the Malindo-Page:

 

Changsha 3/7 till end of march

Chengdu 3/7 till end of march

Chongqing 3/7 till end of march

Guiyang 2/7 till end of march

Tianjin 3/7 till end of march

Wuhan 3/7 till end of march

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Seems like OD is really onto indian subcontinent. From my previous flights to DPS, from boarding to queuing at DPS immigration, most of pax are from that region with only handful of fellow locals. Dont know about other sector though.

Managed to chat with a passenger on OD flight to Hong Kong. He was transiting from Sri Lanka and said a few of his friends also use OD for transit flights to Hong Kong etc

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From 23th january now they wanna start 2nd march...

 

Malindo Air in January 2019 once again revised planned service launch to Japan, as the 3 weekly Kuala Lumpur – Taipei Taoyuan – Sapporo New Chitose route being moved to March 2019. First flight is now tentatively scheduled on 02MAR19.

 

OD888 KUL0740 – 1230TPE1345 – 1820CTS 738 236

OD889 CTS1920 – 2300TPE0005+1 – 0455+1KUL 738 236

 

 

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