Articles Tagged ‘KUL’
AirAsia X adds Sydney to existing Kuala Lumpur services to Gold Coast, Melbourne and Perth.
Malaysia’s air transport market is facing changes with the partnership between the country’s two main airlines; Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia. How are the country’s regional airports attracting new services compared with Kuala Lumpur? And which are the main network gaps to fill? anna.aero spoke to Tan Sri Bashir Ahmad, Managing Director and CEO of Malaysia […]
AirAsia’s latest destinations from its Kuala Lumpur hub are Semarang in Indonesia (daily) and Surat Thani in Thailand (three flights per week).
AirAsia Group’s long haul low-cost airline is pulling out of its longest routes – to London and Paris in Europe – as well as the Indian market. But how has the London route fared compared with the airline’s new partner Malaysia Airlines? What developments have been seen in the Indian market? And what implications is […]
Transaero now flies to Abu Dhabi Airport, Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Singapore Changi Airport from Moscow Domodedovo Airport.
AirAsia now flies to Da Nang in Vietnam from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. This is the first time an international low-cost airline flies to the Vietnamese airport since 2006.
Air Asia X now flies to its second destination in Japan with the new route from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Osaka Kansai.
China Airlines launches new routes from across Taiwan to Mainland China and Malaysia.
AirAsia X moves London service from Stansted to Gatwick; Osaka Kansai (second Japanese route) starting soon
AirAsia X has switched its London flights from Stansted to Gatwick, but what reason has it given? How much has the London – KL market been stimulated by the arrival of the low-cost long-haul airline, and what milestone will AirAsia X be celebrating next week?
Air Asia X now flies from Kuala Lumpur to London Gatwick Airport, having moved from Stansted.
Malaysia’s Firefly adds 11 new routes in 2011, mostly with 737s; may soon revert back to pure turboprop airline
Malaysia’s airlines are evolving and Firefly’s rapid growth looks set to end soon, as owner Malaysia Airlines looks to define new roles for its subsidiaries. How has Firefly evolved and what niche has it been able to take advantage of? Which are the airlines busiest routes and what competition does it face?
Firefly now flies the route between Kuala Lumpur and Sandakan that previously was operated by Malaysia Airlines.