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Old September 28th, 2017, 09:07 PM   #2741
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Malaysia Airlines signs LOI with AerCap for six A330-200s

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27 September, 2017 SOURCE: Flight Dashboard BY: Greg Waldron Singapore

Malaysia Airlines has signed a letter of intent with AerCap to lease six Airbus A330-200 aircraft that were formerly in service with Air Berlin.
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MH has been talking about getting some 2nd hand A330s for some time now, but are now looking at profiting from the troubles at Air Berlin to finally make a deal with a lessor.
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Old September 29th, 2017, 03:23 AM   #2742
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Old October 10th, 2017, 08:11 AM   #2743
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MAB Gets Nod To Perform Modifications And Repairs In Avionics, Structures, Cabin Interiors
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PUTRAJAYA, Oct 9 (Bernama) -- Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB) has been granted the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Design Organisation Approval (DOA) Part 21 certificate (EASA DOA) in September this year.

In a statement today, MAB said, this would allow the airline to perform major modifications and repairs in avionics, structures and cabin interiors.

Its Group Chief Executive Officer, Peter Bellew, said the approval would assist the airline in rebuilding its maintenance, repair and overhaul business and take on third-party contracts over the next 18 months.

He said the efforts to obtain the EASA DOA started February 2014.

"Our team managed to pull the resources together and earn the certificate in record time despite new requirements and additional documentation for the approval," he said.....
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Old October 12th, 2017, 04:58 PM   #2744
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Malaysia Airlines to get its first Airbus A350-900 early December
By AYISY YUSOF - October 12, 2017 @ 10:38am



Malaysia Airlines Bhd chief executive officer Peter Bellew says six units of the A350-900 would be leased from the Los Angeles based aircraft leaser Air Lease Corp under a 12-year programme. (Pic by Ayisy Yusof)
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TOULOUSE: Malaysia Airlines Bhd expects the first delivery of its A350-900 to be made in the first week of December this year.

Its chief executive officer Peter Bellew said six units of the A350-900 would be leased from the Los Angeles based aircraft leaser Air Lease Corp under a 12-year programme.

"We will have a 40 per cent reduction in operating cost for the direct flight to London compared to the A380," he told reporters at the A350 assembly line in Toulouse, yesterday.

He added that the operating cost reduction offers the airline a readability to be profitable on the London-Kuala Lumpur route.

"The A350 XWB(extra wide body) version is capable of accommodating 286 passengers with four different classes of cabin arrangements namely first class, business class, seats economy plus and economy class," he said.

He said the first four A350s will be catered for the London-Kuala Lumpur flight, replacing the super jumbo A380.

"We have yet to determine the destination for the remaining two of the A350s," he said.

Malaysia Airlines expects the six units of the A350-900 to all be delivered by June next year.

Bellew said the first A350 flight to London will be on January 15 next year.

According to Airbus, the first and business classes seats arrangement are supplied by Thompson Vantage, while the economy plus and economy by B/E Aerospace Pinnacle B.

The A350 is said to consume 25 per cent less fuel.
https://www.nst.com.my/business/2017...early-december
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Old October 13th, 2017, 03:31 PM   #2745
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Malaysia Airlines would focus on improving its products and bring in new wide-body aircraft and unveil four to five new routes next year.
https://www.nst.com.my/business/2017...on-says-bellew
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Old November 18th, 2017, 02:02 PM   #2747
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Boeing 737-800


https://www.flickr.com/photos/gsairpics/24314865548/

A330-200


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MALAYSIA AIRLINES
Boeing 737 MAX 8 - ORDER: 15
Deliveries scheduled to begin in 2019.
10 aircraft from original order converted to 737 MAX 10 variant.
Boeing 737 MAX 10 - ORDER 10
Converted from original 737 MAX 8 order.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia_Airlines_fleet
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Old December 8th, 2017, 04:19 PM   #2748
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MAS A350-900 @KOTA KINABALU
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So far Korean Air B777-300ER and Sultan of Brunei's B747-8ibbj and Royal Brunei's B787-8 have landed in BKI before. Today marks BKI proving flight for MAS A350-900.



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AirAsia wins World's Leading Low-Cost Airline for 5th consecutive year
By NST Business - December 11, 2017 @ 12:54pm

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KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group has been named the World’s Leading Low-Cost Airline for the fifth year in a row at the 2017 World Travel Awards (WTA) Grand Final.

AirAsia emerged top in the category having received the highest votes from travel professionals and industry players from around the world, beating Southwest Airlines, JetBlue, Ryanair, easyJet, Jetstar Airways, Norwegian Air, West Air, flydubai, Air Arabia, flynas, kulula, Mango and fastjet.

Asia’s largest low-cost carrier by passengers also won the inaugural World's Leading Low-Cost Airline Cabin Crew award, ahead of the same 13 budget airlines.

AirAsia said the win builds on AirAsia's success earlier this year when it secured WTA’s first ever Asia's Leading Low-Cost Airline Cabin Crew award and in 2015, when it became the first ever low-cost carrier to win Asia's Leading Cabin Crew, ahead of fullservice carriers like Singapore Airlines, Korean Air and Cathay Pacific.
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Malaysia Airlines embraces the digital revolution with its first Innovation Lab (iSpace)
27 July 2017

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KLIA, 27 July 2017: Malaysia Airlines today launched its first in-house Innovation Lab, or iSpace, as the airline enters the third phase of its digital transformation, towards becoming the digital airline.

Officiated by the Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation of Malaysia, YB Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred Madius Tangau, the lab is part of Malaysia Airlines’ continued efforts towards digital transformation and a key component to improve the airline’s customer experience and overall operational efficiency. The lab will serve as a testing ground to incorporate multifaceted aspects of the digital experience.

The 8,300 square-foot facility with a capacity to house 100 people, is intended to promote an agile and modern workspace, equipped with the airline’s second physical Solution Cafe for helpdesk support, reading corner, gaming, recreational and scrum-free area as well as meeting rooms. The Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation of Malaysia, YB Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred Madius Tangau said, “As Malaysia inches closer towards becoming a high value, knowledge-based economy innovation will continue to be a fundamental element in the country’s development agenda. With innovative solutions, businesses can raise the overall efficiency and productivity, at the same time create differentiation in product and services offered to support the transformation of the entire systems of production, management, and governance.”

“By 2020, we are expecting around 36 million tourist arrivals in Malaysia and there is a growing demand for airlines to provide innovative and customer-centric products and services. With the right product offerings, enriched by digitization, I am confident that Malaysia Airlines will be able to facilitate the demands of tech-savvy customers.”

The Chief Executive Officer of MAB, Peter Bellew said, “We are extremely excited to be able to welcome the Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation of Malaysia, to officiate iSpace, our very first Innovation Lab. Malaysia Airlines is currently in the second phase of restructuring. The successful implementation of Information Technology is key to our success especially in improving the airline’s customer experience and overall operational efficiency. Currently I’m happy to share that we have almost completed 70% of the overall planned IT transformation. The transformation began in March 2016 and is expected to be completed by June 2018. “

“The iSpace is an important asset for the company and a catalyst in nurturing an innovative ecosystem for our existing and future talent. With an agile and modern working environment, I am confident that we will be able attract and nurture both internal and external talent through innovation.”

“I am happy to share that there are already a number of impressive prototypes developed by the winning teams of the MABHackathon, which are currently incubated in the iSPACE ecosystem. Collaboratively, these innovative solutions will enable efficiencies at our critical touch points such as the tracking of special handling passengers, an interactive social media app that offer passengers personalized destination content, as well as an upgrade bidding app which can be used on mobile devices. These apps have great potential and will add tremendous value to our product offerings. iSpace is fortunate to be enriched with collaboration of technology partners and academia such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), IBM Bluemix, Amadeus, Telekom Malaysia (TM) and University of Malaya.”

The airline’s IT transformation began in March 2016 and is expected to be completed by June 2018, covering three main phases which includes, amongst others – the digitization of IT assets and processes, which saw the successful migration of the airline’s Data Centre to cloud platform in the first quarter 2016.

Second, is replacing and building new business solutions and capabilities to enable digitization of all core business products and processes, this includes the new PSS by Amadeus, the first phase of which was successfully completed in the second quarter. The company’s largest digital asset will provide travelers a leaner, more agile experience - from booking tickets to pre-purchasing excess baggage, meals, managing loyalty points and bundled offers to suit their individual needs.

The last phase will establish the platform for continuous innovation and differentiation to shape a new digital airline which includes Hackathons and this innovation space.
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Malaysia Airlines partners with Amadeus to take personalisation to the next level
By NST Business - December 13, 2017 @ 4:43pm


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KUALA LUMPUR: MALAYSIA Airlines has partnered global travel technology leader Amadeus IT Group SA to personalise services, allowing for customer’s needs to be met more effectively and efficiently.

Group chief executive officer Izham Ismail said the tool will help Malaysia Airlines intimately understand its customers and deliver highly personalised offers across all touchpoints, maximising every merchandising revenue opportunity.

The technology will be fully integrated with the Amadeus Altéa Passenger Service System, which Malaysia Airlines migrated to in mid-2017, he added.

“The technology offers us the ability to truly delight our customers, to know them better than ever before, and be able to propose to them the right offers at the right time through the right touchpoint, all along their journey. This will be an important differentiating factor for Malaysia Airlines,” Izham said in a statement.

“The solution helps airlines grow loyalty by exceeding traveller expectations – not only those of frequent travellers, but new and infrequent travellers as well.

“It can also help increase revenues by upselling tailored and relevant offers to customers, through the right channels and at the right time; and improve customer retention by delivering personalised, proactive care to frequent travellers in the event of disruption,” he added.

Amadeus head of commercial for Asia Pacific, Airlines Cyril Tetaz said its vision of personalisation in the global travel ecosystem is to reach every customer, while delivering a premium, branded experience seamlessly and consistently across all touch points they interact with.

“Our flagship personalisation solution, Amadeus Customer Experience Management, is a key piece in putting this puzzle together,” he said.
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Malaysia Airlines Receives Second A350 XWB
By NST Business - December 24, 2017 @ 3:37pm
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAS) has received its second A350-900 aircraft with the special Negaraku livery.

MH5025 departed Toulouse, France at 2.02pm on December 22 and arrived KL International Airport at 9.45am on Saturday, the airline said in a statement.

The A350 XWB bearing the registration number, 9M-MAC carries the Jalur Gemilang, representing all Malaysians whose flag the airline carries worldwide.

MAS group chief executive officer Izham Ismail was present to receive the aircraft.

The A350 XWB has 286 seats, with a three class configuration: four seats in First Class, 35 in Business and 247 in Economy Class.
https://www.nst.com.my/business/2017...econd-a350-xwb

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So happy MH is returning to Brisbane:

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