About Malaysia Airlines
Malaysia Airlines is the national carrier of Malaysia having the largest fleet size in South East Asia. Malaysia Airlines flies to over 100 destinations in 6 continents in the world from its primary and secondary hubs located in Kula Lumpur and Kota respectively. Offering quality and safety in the skies, Malaysia Airlines is one of the six airlines to be given 5-star status by Skytrax. The airline offers excellence in terms of best practices and services and has received more than a 100 awards in the past 10 years.
Malaysia Airlines History
Malaysian Airlines was incorporated on October 12, 1937. The airline took its first commercial flight from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur on April 2, 1947. Within three months of its inaugural flight, Malaysian Airlines began its International flights to Jakarta, Palembang and Saigon.
Malaysia Airlines Fleet
The Malaysian Airlines fleet consists of Airbus A330-200s, A330-300s, A380-800s and Boeing 373-400s, 737-800s, 747-400 and 777-200ER. The aircrafts are equipped with both two-cabin and three-cabin configurations with Economy and Gold Club Class and First Class. The average age of the Malaysian Airlines fleet is 10 years.
Malaysia Airlines Operations
Malaysia Airlines operates scheduled flights to over 100 destinations in 35 countries worldwide. These include Cape Town, Johannesburg, Beijing, Shanghai, Osaka, Tokyo, Seoul, Manila, Singapore, Bangkok and Phuket, Dubai, Los Angeles, Brisbane, Melbourne and Karachi. In India, Malaysian Airlines flies to Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai.