Malaysia Airlines

Malaysia Airlines pursues expansion in Indonesia with four new secondary destinations

Malaysia Airlines plans to double the size of its Indonesian network with the launch of services to Kertajati, Padang, Pekanbaru and Solo. While the new

Malaysia Airlines increases its Melbourne flights following AirAsia X’s move to Avalon 

Malaysia Airlines is increasing capacity to Melbourne Tullamarine this winter in an apparent response to rising demand following rival AirAsia X’s move to Melbourne Avalon

Malaysia Airlines transitions its first class cabin into a premium business class offer

Asian carrier Malaysia Airlines has dropped its first class offering onboard its Airbus A350 and A380 aircraft, but will retain the premium product, instead selling

Airline Insight: Malaysia Airlines

Each day this year The Blue Swan Daily uses the extensive insights available to CAPA – Centre for Aviation members to deliver a data snapshot on the

Malaysia Airlines’ Brisbane resumption may have limited impact on Queensland tourism

Brisbane has succeeded at wooing back Malaysia Airlines with an incentive package supported under Queensland’s Attracting Aviation Investment Fund. Brisbane Airport, the Queensland Government and

Malaysia Airlines begins new chapter with first A350 delivery

Malaysia Airlines has placed into service its first A350, implementing the first phase of its new widebody fleet strategy. Summary: Malaysia Airlines placed first A350-900

CAPA’s Top 5 most popular analysis pieces of 2017

CAPA – Centre for Aviation’s unrivalled market intelligence, research and data is represented in industry leading analysis pieces released every day. More than 10 different pieces

Hear from the speakers: 2017 CAPA-ACTE New Zealand Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit in Auckland

Catch up on some of the most thought-provoking discussions and keynotes from the 2017 CAPA-ACTE New Zealand Aviation and Corporate Travel Summit in Auckland. Below

Saudia plans to start negotiations for flyadeal fleet order before the end of 2017

Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) director-general Saleh Bin Nasser Al Jasser said the carrier will enter discussions with Boeing and Airbus for around 30 narrowbody aircraft for its new LCC subsidary flyadeal before

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