We are Malaysia Airlines Virtual, a virtual airline for the leading mobile flight simulator, Infinite Flight, We fly guests daily on memorable journeys inspired by Malaysia’s diverse richness and embodie the incredible diversity of Malaysia, capturing its rich traditions, cultures, cuisines and warm hospitality on board, while opening up more of Malaysia’s destinations than any other airline.
We operate based on the real world airline, and we want to bring you the Malaysian Hospitality, through our virtual airline. With over 50 destinations and 110 routes, we are always flying the Malaysian flag. We started off in 2018 as a small group of friends that play Infinite Flight actively, communicating just through WhatsApp.
Soon, as more and more people joined Infinite Flight, we found ourselves with over 20 members in our chat group. We found that we should start to take things to a new level. That was how Malaysia Airlines Virtual, with a simple aim, to help and connect fellow players from all around the world with each other to experience Malaysia, was born.
Here at Malaysia Airlines Virtual, our staff are dedicated to doing what they love. When you join the family, they are there to help. They are working hard behind the scenes to provide members with a fulfilling and fun time at Malaysia Airlines Virtual.
|Chief Executive Officer||@TheAviationGallery|
|Chief Operations Officer||@George|
|Human Resource Manager||@et_han|
|Senior Pilot Report Manager||@Kaven|
|Pilot Report Manager||@PlaneLife2018|
Malaysia Airlines Virtual has a wide and unique route network. From Asia to Europe, you’ll never get tired of flying with us. Every week, we will have a “Route Of The Week” schedule, which tells you which route is featured on what day. By flying these routes, you will be able to obtain a 1.5x multiplier for these routes, which will enable you to rank up faster!
Featured routes will follow the IFATC schedule of that specific week whenever possible.
Click here to access our route database.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Kuala Lumpur International Airport is Malaysia’s main international airport and one of the major airports in Southeast Asia and worldwide. It houses luxury lounges, a wide variety of restaurants, children’s play areas and duty-free stores.
Kota Kinabalu International Airport
Kota Kinabalu International Airport is a airport serving Kota Kinabalu, and it is the second busiest airport in Malaysia. The airport is the main gateway to the state of Sabah and to Borneo Island, and also offers all the conveniences of a modern airport, including a variety of shopping and dining options.
Kuching International Airport
Kuching International Airport is a airport serving Kuching, and it is the fourth busiest airport in Malaysia. Ten kilometres south of Kuching, it serves as both an entryway and jumping off point to explore the state. The airport boasts a nice and sleek interior, which was inspired by Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Our fleet consists of many aircraft, from the Boeing 737-800 to the Airbus A380-800. Take a look at our fleet below!
The Boeing 737-800 is a stretched version of the 737-700. It replaced the 737-400. The Boeing 737-800 competes primarily with the Airbus A320. A 737-800 seats 162 passengers in a two-class layout or 189 passengers in a one-class layout. The 737-800 features a redesigned wing with a wider wingspan and larger area, greater fuel capacity, and higher MTOWs. It was equipped with CFM56-7 series engines, a glass cockpit, and features upgraded and redesigned interior configurations. It has a longer range and larger variants than its predecessor. This makes the perfect aircraft for our short and medium hauls!
At Malaysia Airlines Virtual, we have 48 Boeing 737-800 in our fleet, which seats 160 passengers, 144 in Economy and 16 in Business.
Serving the biggest megacities and smallest dream islands alike, Airbus’ A330-300 continues to please passengers and airlines around the world. As a twin-engine twin-aisle wide-body that can carry from 250 to 440 passengers, it is flexible enough to offer a range of seating options while consistently delivering high-quality comfort to all those on board. Its cabin also is one of the quietest in the skies, creating a calm environment for an entire flight.
At Malaysia Airlines Virtual, we have 15 Airbus A330-300s in our fleet, which seats 290 passengers, 247 in Economy, 16 in Extra Legroom Economy and 27 in Business.
*Infinite Flight currently does not have a Malaysia Airlines livery for the A330-300. Thus, we are using the Generic version.
*All flights operated by the & A330-200 & A330-200F will be subbed with the A330-300
The A350-900 is the cornerstone member of Airbus’ all-new A350 XWB Family, which is shaping the future air travel. This jetliner accommodates between 300 and 350 passengers in a standard three-class configuration and its state-of-the-art comfort and amenities ensure that everyone on-board enjoys a pleasant flight. As with all A350 XWB models, its fuselage is built with carbon-fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) – which supports lower fuel burn, easier maintenance and increased resistance to corrosion.
At Malaysia Airlines Virtual, we have 6 Airbus A350-900s in our fleet, which seats 286 passengers, 220 in Economy, 27 in Extra Legroom Economy, 35 in Business and 4 in Business Suite.
Greener, cleaner, quieter and smarter, the A380 is setting a new standard for the global aviation industry with its superior efficiency, profitability and operational effectiveness. Not only is it setting new passenger comfort standards, the A380 also is raising the bar for environmental standards with its low fuel consumption and noise levels – as well as reduced CO2 and NOx emissions. The A380 is a modern icon that has flown over 500,000 revenue flights carrying over 190 million passengers.
At Malaysia Airlines Virtual, we have 6 Airbus A380s in our fleet, which seats 486 passengers, 412 in economy, 66 in business, and 8 in business suite.
Infinite Flight currently does not have the A330-200. Thus, all routes flown by the A330-200 will be subbed with our A330-300.
Infinite Flight currently does not have the Generic/Malaysia Airlines livery for the A330-200F. Thus, all routes flown by the A330-200F will be subbed with our A330-300.
The Boeing 777’s unique combination of superior range, outstanding fuel efficiency and passenger-preferred comfort has created long-range success for carriers around the world. And the 777-300ER now gives operators a perfect opportunity to extend that success. Recent upgrades further reduce costs and boost revenue, and the 777’s flying experience is still number one with passengers. A more profitable fleet and more satisfied passengers. That’s a better way to fly.
The Boeing 777-200ER, played a big part in Malaysia Airlines’s history and was the backbone of Malaysia Airlines. It was retired in 2016.
The growing worldwide demand for air travel during the 1960s led to the development of the 747, the first “Jumbo Jet.” Merely recalling the early days of the 747 program “brings sweat to the palms of my hands,” Boeing’s then-president, William Allen, said years after the giant aircraft had been developed. Requiring the company to risk much of its net worth, the development of the world’s largest passenger aircraft was a formidable undertaking. It is taller than a six-story building, has seating for 374 passengers (up to 550 in some configurations), a takeoff weight of more than 300 tons (or ten fully-loaded 18 wheel trucks), and enough fuel in its tanks to power a small automobile around the globe 36 times. The 747 is one the most recognizable aircraft in the world and represents a milestone in the evolution of aviation design.
The Boeing 747-400 was also a big part of Malaysia Airlines. It was replaced by the Airbus A380-800 and retired in 2012.
McDonnell Douglas MD-11
Deliveries of the MD-11, a wide-cabin trijet, began in 1991 and ended in 2001. The MD-11 was 18.6 feet (5.6 meters) longer than the DC-10 trijet, from which it was derived, and carried about 50 more passengers. It was produced in Long Beach, Calif. A worldwide network of subcontractors and suppliers supported the assembly line. Seating capacities on the standard airplane varied from 285 in a three-class arrangement to 410 in an all-economy configuration. Advances in aerodynamics, propulsion, aircraft systems, cockpit avionics and interior design contributed to the performance and operating economy of all MD-11 models. Aerodynamic improvements included winglets and a redesigned wing trailing edge, a smaller horizontal tail with integral fuel tanks and an extended tailcone. Boeing ended production of the MD-11 in 2000 after 200 planes were built. The last MD-11 was delivered Feb. 22, 2001.
While pilots fly our wide range of routes and aircraft, we also have a exciting ranking system in place. As you climb up ranks, you will be able to fly more routes and aircraft, as well as gain access to exclusive benefits.
We will be adding more benefits, such as codeshare routes in the coming weeks! Stay tuned.
|Enrich Trainee||Passed test with at least a 80% accuracy.||Unlocked Boeing 737-800, all routes flown by the Boeing 737-800. Unlocked Boeing 737 (all historic variants) and routes flown by the Boeing 737 (all historic variants) (Boeing 737-800 acting as all historic variants.||N/A|
|Enrich Second Officer||10 Hours of Flight Time||Unlocked Airbus A330-200/300, all routes flown by the Airbus A330-200/300 (A330-300 acting as A330-200).||Singapore Virtual Airlines, Thai Group Virtual|
|Enrich First Officer||50 Hours of Flight Time||Unlocked maskargo A330-200F, all cargo routes.||Cathay Pacific Virtual, British Airways Virtual, Turkish Airlines Virtual|
|Enrich Captain||150 Hours of Flight Time||Unlocked Airbus A350-900, all routes flown by the Airbus A350-900, Unlocked Boeing 747-400, and all routes flown by the Boeing 747-400, priority in all events.||Qatar Airways Virtual, Dubai Virtual Airlines (Emirates)|
|Enrich Senior Captain||300 Hours of Flight Time||Unlocked Airbus A380-800, all routes flown by the Airbus A380-800, Unlocked McDonnell Douglas MD-11 and routes flown by the McDonnell Douglas MD-11, earn bonus flight time for every flight flown, access to Enrich Lounge (early access to many new things coming to Malaysia Airlines Virtual)||N/A|
Malaysia Airlines’s diverse fleet contained many iconic aircraft, such as the Boeing 747-400. They played a big part in Malaysia Airlines’s operations, and this is why we decided to introduce Heritage Routes.
Our historic fleet includes the Boeing 737, Boeing 747, Boeing 777 and the McDonnell Douglas MD11. Here at Malaysia Airlines Virtual, we have more than 1,000 heritage routes for you to fly, from airports such as the iconic Kai Tak airport.
Check out our heritage route list here!
A Virtual Airline is never complete without events! We conduct multiple events every week. We also partner up with multiple Virtual Airlines to conduct such events! When you participate in our event, you will get a 3/4x multiplier for the event flight, which will enable you to rank up faster! If you regularly attend our event, you may earn the “Most Participated Award”! This is to thank you for regularly attending our event :)
Our website represents who we are. It is a important part of Malaysia Airlines Virtual and it keeps us going. It also boasts a sleek looking design and contains everything you want to know about us.
Click on the graphic to be redirected to our website.
Welcome to your very own crew center! Our crew center is a place where you can file Pilot Reports (PIREPs), bid for a flight you’d like to fly, check the METAR for your departing and arriving airport, check the IFR data for that flight, search all our flights, generate your own boarding pass (how cool is that?), interact with pilots and much more!
Click on the graphic to be redirected to our crew center.
Malaysia Airlines Virtual is proud to be partnered with many different airlines. This enables pilots to fly further, with new routes and aircraft.
Cathay Pacific Virtual
We are delighted to be partnered with Cathay Pacific Virtual. Our codeshare agreements now allows you to fly to more destinations, such as Hong Kong and Los Angeles. Check out what our codeshare agreement covers here.
Singapore Virtual Airlines
We are honoured to be partnered with Singapore Virtual Airlines. Our codeshare agreements now allows you to fly to more destinations, with different aircraft. Check out what our codeshare agreement covers here.
Turkish Airlines Virtual
We are honoured to be partnered with Turkish Airlines Virtual. Our codeshare agreements now allows you to fly to more destinations, with different aircraft. Check out what our codeshare agreement covers here.
Thai Group Virtual
British Airways Virtual
We are honoured to be partnered with British Airways Virtual. Our codeshare agreements now allows you to fly to more destinations, with different aircraft. Check out what our codeshare agreement covers here.
Dubai Virtual Airlines
We are honoured to be partnered with Dubai Virtual Airlines (Emirates). Our codeshare agreements now allows you to fly to more destinations, with different aircraft. Check out what our codeshare agreement covers here.
Qatar Airways Virtual
We are honoured to be partnered Qatar Airways Virtual. Our codeshare agreements now allows you to fly to more destinations, with different aircraft. Check out what our codeshare agreement covers here.
Here at Malaysia Airlines Virtual, we believe everyone should be able to experience Malaysia with us, and this is why we do not have many requirements for you to join.
Listed below are all our current requirements.
- Able to have MHVA in your callsign in Infinite Flight when flying MHVA’s flights.
- Access to Slack
- Registered Infinite Flight Community account
- Obtain at least 80% for the written test
- Have Infinite Flight Pro
- Preferably Grade 3 and above
- Age 13 and above
- Able to log one flight a month (Can request for a Leave of Absence if a valid reason is provided)
We hope to see you in Malaysia Airlines Virtual!