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Malaysia Airlines operates flights from its home base, Kuala Lumpur International Airport, and offers connectivity across the globe; including oneworld® hubs. Malaysia Airlines is a part of oneworld®, which brings together 14 of the world’s biggest and best names in the airline industry and 40 affiliate airlines serving more than 10,000 daily departures. Through this global alliance, Malaysia Airlines offers the best connectivity with seamless journeys to more than 1000 destinations across 150 plus countries and access to over 650 airport lounges worldwide.

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BOEING LANDS BIG MALAYSIA AIRLINES ORDER

bangkokpost | July 28, 2016

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Malaysia Airlines Berhad CEO Peter Bellew, left, and senior vice president of sales, Asia Pacific and India for Boeing Co, Dinesh Keskar pose for pictures with replicas model of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft after a signing ceremony in Putrajaya, outside Kuala Lumpur yesterday. AFP KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines Bhd said yesterday that it had ordered 50 Boeing 737 MAX jets, with firm orders for 25 and rights to purchase 25 more....

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BOEING BAGS $5 BILLION DEAL WITH RECOVERING MALAYSIA AIRLINES, $1 BILLION INDIA PATROL JET SALE

| July 28, 2016

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PUTRAJAYA, MALAYSIA/NEW DELHI – Malaysia Airlines Berhad inked a deal with Boeing on Wednesday to buy 50 B737 MAX aircraft valued at $5.5 billion, signaling that the troubled state-owned air carrier is on track to recovery....

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MALAYSIA AIRLINES A330 RETURNS TO MELBOURNE AFTER BOMB THREAT

Malaysia Airlines | June 01, 2017

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A Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330-300 returned to Melbourne shortly after take-off on 31 May, after a passenger made bomb threats and attempted to enter the cockpit....

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MALAYSIA AIRLINES EYES 30% COST DROP FROM A350S ON LONDON ROUTE

flightglobal | August 08, 2017

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Malaysia Airlines expects unit costs to fall by around 30% on its Kuala Lumpur-London route when it starts to replace its Airbus A380s with A350-900s from the end of the year. Speaking to reporters at a briefing at the Airbus Asia Training Centre in Singapore, the Oneworld carrier's chief operating officer Izham Ismail says that London is one the carrier's hardest markets, but there will be major benefits from the aircraft switch....

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BOEING LANDS BIG MALAYSIA AIRLINES ORDER

bangkokpost | July 28, 2016

Malaysia Airlines Berhad CEO Peter Bellew, left, and senior vice president of sales, Asia Pacific and India for Boeing Co, Dinesh Keskar pose for pictures with replicas model of the Boeing 737 Max aircraft after a signing ceremony in Putrajaya, outside Kuala Lumpur yesterday. AFP KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines Bhd said yesterday that it had ordered 50 Boeing 737 MAX jets, with firm orders for 25 and rights to purchase 25 more....

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BOEING BAGS $5 BILLION DEAL WITH RECOVERING MALAYSIA AIRLINES, $1 BILLION INDIA PATROL JET SALE

| July 28, 2016

PUTRAJAYA, MALAYSIA/NEW DELHI – Malaysia Airlines Berhad inked a deal with Boeing on Wednesday to buy 50 B737 MAX aircraft valued at $5.5 billion, signaling that the troubled state-owned air carrier is on track to recovery....

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MALAYSIA AIRLINES A330 RETURNS TO MELBOURNE AFTER BOMB THREAT

Malaysia Airlines | June 01, 2017

A Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330-300 returned to Melbourne shortly after take-off on 31 May, after a passenger made bomb threats and attempted to enter the cockpit....

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MALAYSIA AIRLINES EYES 30% COST DROP FROM A350S ON LONDON ROUTE

flightglobal | August 08, 2017

Malaysia Airlines expects unit costs to fall by around 30% on its Kuala Lumpur-London route when it starts to replace its Airbus A380s with A350-900s from the end of the year. Speaking to reporters at a briefing at the Airbus Asia Training Centre in Singapore, the Oneworld carrier's chief operating officer Izham Ismail says that London is one the carrier's hardest markets, but there will be major benefits from the aircraft switch....

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