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2020 Aircraft Deliveries to AirAsia & AirAsia X Groups, MAG & Malindo/Batik Malaysia

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Malindo/Batik Air Malaysia is in the process of transffering B738s to Batik Air Indonesia. 

Back in March 2020, their new CEO has mentioned they will return 15 B737, half of their B737 fleet, back to parent company as part of cost cutting measure due to COVID-19. https://www.flightglobal.com/fleets/malindo-air-transferring-15-boeing-737s-to-batik-air/137183.article 

9M-LCK -> PK-LZM

9M-LCL -> PK-LZO

9M-LCP -> PK-LTH

9M-LNC -> PK-LZQ

9M-LCH -> PK-LZZ

9M-LCD -> PK-LZY

9M-LCG -> PK-LZW

9M-LNZ -> PK-LZV

9M-LNR -> PK-LZT

9M-LNQ -> PK-LZS

9M-LCS -> PK-LZR

9M-LCC -> PK-LDE

9M-LCR -> PK-LTF

Edited by JuliusWong

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AirAsia Malaysia third A321neo to be 9M-VAC is now spotted NTU. MSN9512

 

 

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Airbus A330-343     MSN713          9M-XBD     Air Asia X     ferried 16jul20 KUL-DRS, for P2F-conversion     ex M-ABLJ

Source: skyliner.de

 

Looks like this is one of the aircraft that was returned to lessor, Stratos Aircraft Management.

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15 hours ago, flee said:

Airbus A330-343     MSN713          9M-XBD     Air Asia X     ferried 16jul20 KUL-DRS, for P2F-conversion     ex M-ABLJ

Source: skyliner.de

Looks like this is one of the aircraft that was returned to lessor, Stratos Aircraft Management.

This will remove the one and only Type D all Y configuration A333ceo AirAsia Group has. Previously the aircraft was heavily deployed on China and Taiwan route. Never got to see its interior, my rough guess it has all the previous generation black and red Y seats, not Mirius ironing board thin version. 

Type D.JPG

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