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MH loaded quite a few changes for Northern Summer 2019 (wef 31MAR19). Planned changes as below:

 

Kuala Lumpur - Colombo frequency increased from 7 weekly to 10 weekly (reinstatement of daytime flights ex-KUL)

Kuala Lumpur - Guangzhou A332 continues to operate for NS19

Kuala Lumpur - Hong Kong MH 432/433 equipment change from B738 to A333 (total of 2 daily A333 and 1 B738)

Kuala Lumpur - Jakarta MH720/721 equipment change from A332 to B738

Kuala Lumpur - Kathmandu MH170/171 equipment change from B738 to A333 on day 236

Kuala Lumpur - Nanjing frequency increased from 3 to 4 weekly (new Saturday flight)

Kuala Lumpur - Perth MH126/127 A332 replaces B738

Kuala Lumpur - Seoul MH66/67 equipment change from A380 to A333

Kuala Lumpur - Shanghai A332 continues to operate on MH386/387

Kuala Lumpur - Sydney A359 continues to operate on MH122/123 until 01MAY19 KUL departure

Kuala Lumpur - Taipei A332 continues to operate for NS19

Kuala Lumpur - Tokyo-NRT A380 continue to operate on MH88/89 until 01MAY19 KUL departure

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MH loaded quite a few changes for Northern Summer 2019 (wef 31MAR19). Planned changes as below:

 

Kuala Lumpur - Colombo frequency increased from 7 weekly to 10 weekly (reinstatement of daytime flights ex-KUL)

Kuala Lumpur - Guangzhou A332 continues to operate for NS19

Kuala Lumpur - Hong Kong MH 432/433 equipment change from B738 to A333 (total of 2 daily A333 and 1 B738)

Kuala Lumpur - Jakarta MH720/721 equipment change from A332 to B738

Kuala Lumpur - Kathmandu MH170/171 equipment change from B738 to A333 on day 236

Kuala Lumpur - Nanjing frequency increased from 3 to 4 weekly (new Saturday flight)

Kuala Lumpur - Perth MH126/127 A332 replaces B738

Kuala Lumpur - Seoul MH66/67 equipment change from A380 to A333

Kuala Lumpur - Shanghai A332 continues to operate on MH386/387

Kuala Lumpur - Sydney A359 continues to operate on MH122/123 until 01MAY19 KUL departure

Kuala Lumpur - Taipei A332 continues to operate for NS19

Kuala Lumpur - Tokyo-NRT A380 continue to operate on MH88/89 until 01MAY19 KUL departure

 

 

Finally Perth is getting A332!

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Hi craig, mind me asking where so you get all this routes update info? Really curious and excited to find out too

 

I have a dear friend who lives in Perth, AU. He's MH #1 fan. But since MH swapped to B738 on the PER route, he switched allegiance to D7 and sometimes, god forbid, SQ. The audacity of him to fly SQ, I say! So he asked me to monitor PER equipment daily and to inform him if there are any changes so he can pledge his allegiance to MH again. After all, getting a non-BSI 737 on a 5-hour flight is blasphemous here. And so I did - checked PER equipment daily via GDS and voila - found out there's a change for the better for PER along with other routes :)

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Playing with MH website and realized that now MH partner with BA on most of it's flight to Europe... some with KLM and EK. However the price quite expensive...

 

Yes, interline prices are always expensive. It's like half way to full-fare price.

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I have a dear friend who lives in Perth, AU. He's MH #1 fan. But since MH swapped to B738 on the PER route, he switched allegiance to D7 and sometimes, god forbid, SQ. The audacity of him to fly SQ, I say! So he asked me to monitor PER equipment daily and to inform him if there are any changes so he can pledge his allegiance to MH again. After all, getting a non-BSI 737 on a 5-hour flight is blasphemous here. And so I did - checked PER equipment daily via GDS and voila - found out there's a change for the better for PER along with other routes :)

:girl_devil: :girl_devil: :girl_devil:

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If anybody wants to fly the B737NG KUL-PER vv, the option is still there albeit not with MH. :clapping:

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I was hoping MNL to get extra freq.

Not on MH, but on PR. Increase from 7 to 11 weekly:

 

From airlineroute:

PR525 MNL0715 – 1100KUL 320 x246

PR527 MNL1115 – 1500KUL 320 246

PR529 MNL2000 – 2345KUL 321 x123

 

Return flight is red-eye ex-KUL (departing slightly past midnight).

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Very interesting for PR. They entered KUL before & pullout, re-start KUL & now adding freq. It caters for OFW market or Malaysians are transiting in MNL? Mmm..

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Very interesting for PR. They entered KUL before & pullout, re-start KUL & now adding freq. It caters for OFW market or Malaysians are transiting in MNL? Mmm..

Could be OFW...but PR also is expanding in North America, so can be a good source for connecting traffic.

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Very interesting for PR. They entered KUL before & pullout, re-start KUL & now adding freq. It caters for OFW market or Malaysians are transiting in MNL? Mmm..

In 1983 I went to the USA with PR, transiting MNL for HNL then continued to Philadelphia on TWA flying the then-new B767.

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MH loaded quite a few changes for Northern Summer 2019 (wef 31MAR19). Planned changes as below:

 

Kuala Lumpur - Colombo frequency increased from 7 weekly to 10 weekly (reinstatement of daytime flights ex-KUL)

Kuala Lumpur - Guangzhou A332 continues to operate for NS19

Kuala Lumpur - Hong Kong MH 432/433 equipment change from B738 to A333 (total of 2 daily A333 and 1 B738)

Kuala Lumpur - Jakarta MH720/721 equipment change from A332 to B738

Kuala Lumpur - Kathmandu MH170/171 equipment change from B738 to A333 on day 236

Kuala Lumpur - Nanjing frequency increased from 3 to 4 weekly (new Saturday flight)

Kuala Lumpur - Perth MH126/127 A332 replaces B738

Kuala Lumpur - Seoul MH66/67 equipment change from A380 to A333

Kuala Lumpur - Shanghai A332 continues to operate on MH386/387

Kuala Lumpur - Sydney A359 continues to operate on MH122/123 until 01MAY19 KUL departure

Kuala Lumpur - Taipei A332 continues to operate for NS19

Kuala Lumpur - Tokyo-NRT A380 continue to operate on MH88/89 until 01MAY19 KUL departure

Good to see MH expanding its capacity - hope that they are overcoming their crew shortage problems. Now, they got to sell more tickets!

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Very interesting for PR. They entered KUL before & pullout, re-start KUL & now adding freq. It caters for OFW market or Malaysians are transiting in MNL? Mmm..

There are huge numbers of Malaysians work in Manila in casinos and online gambling/betting call centres

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There are huge numbers of Malaysians work in Manila in casinos and online gambling/betting call centres

Guess the time for Malaysians to work in Philippines has arrived.

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There are huge numbers of Malaysians work in Manila in casinos and online gambling/betting call centres

Didn't know on this fact. Of all my flights on KUL-MNL & return sector, i presumed most of the traffic are connecting pax. Very interesting on this fact.

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There are huge numbers of Malaysians work in Manila in casinos and online gambling/betting call centres

I dont doubt you but am curious why Msians were employed but not locals. There are many Filipino maids with degrees for example.

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I dont doubt you but am curious why Msians were employed but not locals. There are many Filipino maids with degrees for example.

Most if not all of online casino/gaming are catered for Chinese punters.

 

Most Filipino degree is equivalent to our diploma.

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There are huge numbers of Malaysians work in Manila in casinos and online gambling/betting call centres

That's news to me. As a low wage card dealer etc. or upper management?

 

I dont doubt you but am curious why Msians were employed but not locals. There are many Filipino maids with degrees for example.

There are a lot of Filipinos working in Las Vegas' gambling industry which is why I am surprised, if it's true, that Malaysians are being employed to work in Philippine's gambling sector. Malaysian workers aren't cheap.

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That's news to me. As a low wage card dealer etc. or upper management?

 

There are a lot of Filipinos working in Las Vegas' gambling industry which is why I am surprised, if it's true, that Malaysians are being employed to work in Philippine's gambling sector. Malaysian workers aren't cheap.

Similarly, there are many Malaysians working at casino in Cambodia but mostly as supervisor and above.

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Malaysia Airlines in summer 2019 season once again adjusts Kota Kinabalu – Tokyo Narita route, as the oneWorld member tempoerary suspends this route between 07MAY19 and 21JUL19. This route is served twice weekly, with Boeing 737-800.

 

MH080 BKI0040 – 0720NRT 738 14

MH081 NRT0930 – 1440BKI 738 14

 

 

source: airlineroute

 

All other Airlines expanding at KK....MAS is reducing...

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source: airlineroute

 

All other Airlines expanding at KK....MAS is reducing...

Mh 80/81 frequency is basically cater for tourists only. Mh would be better off operate as charter airlines.

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