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Hmmm... wonder why they want them?

 

Have I read this correctly that MAB have an extra 14 flights to SIN as well?

KUL-SIN v.v./ +14 weekly Malaysia Airlines Berhad Jul-19

Lastly the TKG route is interesting because the only route available from KL or Singapore is via Jakarta. I know some Indonesians in SG who travel via Batam

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Hmmm... wonder why they want them?

 

Have I read this correctly that MAB have an extra 14 flights to SIN as well?

KUL-SIN v.v./ +14 weekly Malaysia Airlines Berhad Jul-19

MH is already flying 330 once a day to SIN. Either there's a sudden surge in demand or they are trying to drown out competitors (I don't see how Mavcom will approve this if they are just flooding capacity). OD was also approved for 42 weekly SZB-XSP back in April.

 

Other notable news:

 

Returned Air Traffic Rights:

OD: 7 weekly BKI-MYY and KCH-MYY each

MH: KUL-DPS 7x weekly and KUL-BKK 4 weekly (seasonal flights?). It's still bookable until October.

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MH is already flying 330 once a day to SIN. Either there's a sudden surge in demand or they are trying to drown out competitors (I don't see how Mavcom will approve this if they are just flooding capacity).

MH613/617 seems to be back to 738 from 26 Oct. I wonder if MH just hasn't loaded the 330 for the winter schedule or if the extra frequencies have anything to do with it.

 

Would be great if they could bring back the old ~23:40 ex SIN (I forget the flight number). Would be useful for those who need to have dinner before leaving :D

Edited by Chris Tan

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On 11/9/2019 at 6:23 AM, Waiping said:

Huh? 3rd attempt? 

Applied for 3 weekly services. Most countries grant services based on frequencies whilst some grant based on weekly seats (e.g. Australia/India in Malaysia's case) and "units" (e.g. Indonesia). No idea what 1 unit is equivalent to.

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10 hours ago, Craig said:

Applied for 3 weekly services. Most countries grant services based on frequencies whilst some grant based on weekly seats (e.g. Australia/India in Malaysia's case) and "units" (e.g. Indonesia). No idea what 1 unit is equivalent to.

Previously they were also flying 3 times daily - Tue, Thu and Sat.

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5 hours ago, Waiping said:

Previously they were also flying 3 times daily - Tue, Thu and Sat.

Sorry typo it's 3 times weekly. 

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