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2019 Aircraft Deliveries to MAG, AirAsia & AirAsia X Groups & Malindo/Batik Malaysia

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Not the first time that skyliner posting wrong infos...

Yes, but sometimes, they do correct the mistakes.

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Airbus A320 -251N 8991 9M-RAQ AirAsia delivery 30-31may19 TLS-DWC-KUL ex F-WWDM

 

Airbus A320 -216 5547 PK- ? Indonesia AirAsia posn 29may19 KUL-CGK after transfer ex 9M-AQX

 

Source: skyliner

 

Lombok-base starting soon


Another mistake by skyliner, cause 9M-AQX was transfered to PAA.

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Another mistake by skyliner, cause 9M-AQX was transfered to PAA.

9M-AFT (MSN 3140) was transferred to PAA and re-registered as RP-C8948 on 26 March 2019.

 

9M-AQX (MSN 5547) has not flown for a while.

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9M-AFT (MSN 3140) was transferred to PAA and re-registered as RP-C8948 on 26 March 2019.

 

9M-AQX (MSN 5547) has not flown for a while.

 

https://www.planespotters.net/airframe/Airbus/A320/RP-C8948-Philippines-AirAsia/4Q9dUAdW

 

No that was the first big mistake. It was not 9M-AFT but 9M-AQX. you can see the pics....320 with winglets.

AFT is an older bird without WL.

 

https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/RP-C8948

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https://www.planespotters.net/airframe/Airbus/A320/RP-C8948-Philippines-AirAsia/4Q9dUAdW

 

No that was the first big mistake. It was not 9M-AFT but 9M-AQX. you can see the pics....320 with winglets.

AFT is an older bird without WL.

 

https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/RP-C8948

So Jetphotos also got their MSNs wrong - I think that we will need to wait a while before we see them correct their databases. Skyliner has stopped stating that the transfer to Indonesia Airasia is 9M-AQX.

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I think Planespotter is right.

9M-AQX was transferred to RP in march.

 

And now lets wait which bird was transfered to Indonesia.

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I think it is already doing revenue flights carrying the registration PK-AZM.

 

Photo: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9329198

 

Press Release (in Bahasa Indonesia): https://newsroom.airasia.com/news/2019/5/31/airasia-indonesia-tambah-armada-dukung-operasi-mudik-2019

 

Yes, but which one was it under 9M- Reg...that is the question cause its not 9M-AQX ;-).

 

So far planespotters have no info.

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Yes, but which one was it under 9M- Reg...that is the question cause its not 9M-AQX ;-).

 

So far planespotters have no info.

MSN3140, according to Planespotters.

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This is the latest fleet plan shared by Airasia Group in their 2019 Q1 financial report:

 

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Airbus A320 -216 3140 PK-AZM Indonesia AirAsia posn 29may19 KUL-CGK after transfer (+ 5547 RP-C8948 Philippines AirAsia posn 26mar19 KUL-MNL after transfer ex 9M-AQX) ex 9M-AFT

 

Source: skyliner

 

:acute: :clapping:

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The huge jump is AirAdia India is all thanks to Jet Airways demise... Previously AAI growth has bee. anaemic..AirAsia Japan is not growing fast too. Just one additional jet this year.

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The huge jump is AirAdia India is all thanks to Jet Airways demise... Previously AAI growth has bee. anaemic..AirAsia Japan is not growing fast too. Just one additional jet this year.

Yes, AAI has been slow due to politics, corruption, and the lack of slots at airports.

 

The Jet Airways demise freed up many slots and allowed a lot of capacity to be redistributed to existing airlines. It is indeed fortunate that AAI is able to expand fast - Thai and Malaysia Airasia are struggling to add routes to their network now. AAI, which usually takes older aircraft to reduce lease cost has also stated that they intend to introduce the A320Neo to their fleet this year.

 

Airasia Japan is also facing route approval delays from the Japanese authorities. So they are taking things slow and steady. However, they have the plum routes from NGO-CTS and NGO-TPE - load factors are pretty good.

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spotted 9M-RAR A320-251N delivery flight on 23Jun 0940LT. welcome to your new home

 

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thank you very much to Flee for the flight information

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AirAsia receives its first A330neo

 

AirAsia has taken delivery of its first A330neo aircraft, to be operated by its long-haul affiliate AirAsia X Thailand. The aircraft was delivered via lessor Avolon and is the first of two A330neos set to join the airline’s fleet by the end of the year.

 

https://www.airbus.com/newsroom/press-releases/en/2019/08/airasia-receives-its-first-a330neo.html

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AirAsia India will add another pre-loved A320-214 with winglet, previously with flyNas. I5's 23rd A320.

 

A320-214 5716 VT- AirAsia India at SAW 22aug19, VP-reg, full cs, prior delivery ex VP-CXJ

 

Source: https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb.main?LC=nav4

 

Caught here for first time in AirAsia colour: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9416172

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Last factory fresh A320-216ceo for AirAsia is now delivered.

 

Airbus A320-216 9130 9M-RAT AirAsia delivery 30-31aug19 TLS-ASB-KUL

 

Source: https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb.main?LC=nav4

 

With this delivery, AirAsia has completed their order for A320ceo.

 

New delivery for AirAsia Group will be A320neo, A321neo, A321XLR and A330-900neo.

 

Also used aircraft for AirAsia India.

 

Pending delivery:

> 13 A320neo

> 353 A321neo

> 30 A321XLR

> 78 A330-900neo

Edited by JuliusWong

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Last factory fresh A320-216ceo for AirAsia is now delivered.

 

Airbus A320-216 9130 9M-RAT AirAsia delivery 30-31aug19 TLS-ASB-KUL

 

Source: https://www.skyliner-aviation.de/regdb.main?LC=nav4

 

With this delivery, AirAsia has completed their order for A320ceo.

 

New delivery for AirAsia Group will be A320neo, A321neo, A321XLR and A330-900neo.

 

Also used aircraft for AirAsia India.

 

Pending delivery:

> 13 A320neo

> 353 A321neo

> 30 A321XLR

> 78 A330-900neo

 

Interesting news.

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For those that may have missed it, OD's B738 9M-LNV has been leased to Fiji Airways to provide coverage for their grounded MAX's.

 

Read somewhere that it was fully crewed by OD tech and cabin crew with the addition of a FJ purser.

 

Still intrigues me that OD can afford to wet lease out 2 738's and still operate their full network including their recently introduced routes, I just can't fathom to understand their fleet logic. That said their does seem to be noticeably less aircraft parked opposite the B gates at KLIA.

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