The Future For Malaysia Airlines?

Heya there! Since the two incidents of 2014, Malaysia Airlines has dropped. Malaysia Airlines is gaining it’s reputation back slowly. With several orders of new aircraft, Malaysia Airlines can operate more routes.

As of 2017, Malaysia Airlines will lease 6 Airbus A350-900 starting from the end of November.

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Malaysia Airlines will be the first A350-900 operator to offer First Class aboard six aircraft expected from December 2017.

They will be configured to accommodate 4 seats in First Class, 31 seats in Business Class, and 251 seats in Economy Class (286 seats in total) after MAB CEO, Peter Bellew said premium economy would erode our business product and revenues.

Two A350-900s are expected to be introduced by the end of 2017.

One of the aircraft will be deployed for the flight to Penang, Bangkok and Singapore starting on December 2017.

The flights from Kuala Lumpur to London and vice versa will be fully utilized by using the aircraft on 6 March 2018.

As of 2018,Orders are for used aircraft in Air Berlin.

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Six deliveries between February and July 2018.

As of 2019, 27th July of 2016, Malaysia Airlines has announced the order of 25 Boeing 737 MAX jets, consisting of 25 firm orders and 25 option for both MAX 8 and MAX 9 models.

Credit - Malaysia Airlines

The order, priced around 5.5 billion dollars, is expected to commence in 2019, replacing some of the Boeing 737-800 currently in service.

Also, In September 2017, it was announced the airline had signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Boeing for 8 Boeing 787-9 aircraft.

Credit - Malaysia Airlines

The aircraft would feature a premium heavy configuration, to further distinguish the airline from the competition of LCCs in the region.

With this plane, the carrier is seeking to expand into South Korea and Japan while keeping options open for a return to Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Los Angeles, San Francisco or New York in the East.

At April 2000, from its main hub at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia Airlines operated scheduled services to domestic destinations including:-
•Alor Setar
•Johor Bahru
•Kota Bharu
•Kota Kinabalu
•Kuala Terengganu
•Lahad Datu
•Long Lellang

International destinations served at the time included:-
•Bandar Seri Begawan
•Buenos Aires Cairns
•Cape Town
•Chiang Mai
•Hat Yai
•Ho Chi Minh City
•Hong Kong
•Los Angeles
•New York
•Phnom Penh

That’s all for now! Thanks for your time!
Regards, Oct


This is interesting! I really like the Malaysia A350! Beautiful!


It sure is! The name of the livery is “Negaraku”


List has been updated

They dropped Brisbane in August 2015. Expect it back in 2018


That’s one nice livery on their A350!


I love that a350 livery!


Yh… it will. Can’t wait for the A350s!


Malaysia airlines seems to be recovering steadily. The Negaraku livery on the A350 is truly a beauty on the A350.


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