Articles Tagged ‘Malaysia Airlines’
Monarch Aircraft Engineering’s new hangar opens for business; Malaysia Airlines celebrates third daily service from Melbourne to Kuala Lumpur
In this week’s Network Planning Community News, anna.aero reports from the newly opened MAEL’s engineering hangar at Birmingham Airport that will sustain the future growth and development of the company, and there’s a cake to celebrate Malaysia Airlines’ third daily flight to Melbourne.
Malaysia Airlines links Kuala Lumpur with Darwin with four 737-800 flights per week.
Malaysia Airlines links Kota Kinabalu thrice-weekly with Tokyo Narita, while dropping service to Osaka Kansai.
Malaysia Airlines starts flights from Kuala Lumpur Airport to Cochin Airport in India.
Malaysia Airlines re-launched its service from Kuala Lumpur Airport to Dubai Airport with daily frequency
The AirAsia Group might be facing mixed fortunes in other markets, but in Malaysia it has grown to represent a major threat to the country’s national carrier Malaysia Airlines. But as the two carriers compete for market dominance, other players loom on the horizon, including the Lion Air-backed Malindo Air.
Malaysia Airlines welcomes A380s, oneworld membership and return to profitability as competition intensifies
Competing against AirAsia obviously isn’t easy, but after a difficult period, Malaysia Airlines is gradually getting itself back on track, thanks to new aircraft, capacity and route cuts and lower costs. Air France, Malindo Air and Turkish Airlines are all set to make things even more challenging in the coming months.
Malaysia Airlines resumes the route from Kota Kinabalu to Osaka Kansai.
Malaysia Airlines further expands its international reach from Kota Kinabalu with services to Shanghai Pudong.
Malaysia Airlines returns on the route from Kota Kinabalu to Perth.
Nepal’s only international airport in Kathmandu has seen traffic more than double in the last decade and now serves over 4 million passengers. Delhi remains the busiest international route, but services to which South-East Asian hub could soon replace it? Which is the biggest airline, even though it only has one route? And which is […]
Malaysia Airlines starts flying from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Kathmandu in Nepal.