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Malaysia Airlines began in 1947 as Malayan Airways but was renamed Malaysian Airways following the creation of the Federation of Malaysia in 1963. Following the independence of Singapore from Malaysia, it was renamed Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA) in 1966. MSA ceased operations in 1972 after the formation of two separate entities - Malaysian Airline System (MAS) and Singapore Airlines. The Singaporean Government wanted to develop its international operations, while Malaysia wanted the airline to first focus on domestic and regional growth before finally becoming fully international. The airline needs of the two countries were not compatible

The company is officially called: Malaysia Airlines System, but everyone says MAS of Malaysia Airlines. So we do also!  Malaysia Airlines has grown to become Southeast Asia's largest airline, and one of the world's premier international carriers.
Malaysia Airlines has been voted, for the third consecutive year, the "Best Asian Business Airline" by the international readers of Business Travel World magazine.
Malaysia Airlines also took 1st place honours in the prestigious 1997 World Business Class Survey - published by the UK agency, In-flight Research Services. This was the second time in recent years
Malaysia Airlines has secured the top rating in this highly respected survey of more than 67 international airlines.


Economy Class
The service features achoice of three meals, complemented by a large selection of aperitifs, cocktails, wines, spirits, liqueurs, beer, soft drinks & mixers. All drinks on board are complimentary.

The Business Class
Here are perhaps the best business class seats to book – because they're not just single seats, they boast a wide shelf on both sides. Dubbed 'throne' seats, they're ideal for a business traveller with plenty of work to get though during the flight because the dual shelves afford ample room to spread out your stuff.
And of course, there are no neighbours to bother you.

The First Class
Malaysia Airlines is the first carrier to offer a First Class cabin in the A350-900. The aircraft is configured in a three class cabin layout with a total of 286 seats. This comprises four in First Class, 35 in Business, featuring convertible seats to fully flat beds and 247 in Economy.
The seats are 22 inches wide and Malaysia Airlines cites a bed length of 83 inches, compared to 78 inches in business class. There are highly-customised versions of the Thompson Aero Seating's Vantage XL seats, which has been overhauled and upgraded specifically for its A350.

Malaysia Airlines offers a wide selection of movies and video entertainment on board its fleet brought to you on personal television screens in all classes.
Malaysia Airlines took delivery of their first Airbus A350. Over the coming period Malaysia Airlines will be operating the brand new plane on some routes within Asia, in order to familiarize crews with the differences and work out any kinks. Malaysia will begin flying their brand new Airbus A350s between Kuala Lumpur and London. The airline will took delivery of six of these planes by 2018, at which point they’ll got rid of their fleet of Airbus A380s, which offered more capacity than the airline needed.
Soon Malaysia Airlines will be flying the A350 to Tokyo Narita and Auckland.

Malaysia Airlines flies to the following destinations:

Country City
Australia Adelaide
Australia Melbourne
Australia Perth
Australia Sydney
Bangladesh Dhaka
Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan
Cambodia Phnom Penh
Cambodia Siem Reap
China Beijing
China Chongqing
China Fuzhou
China Guangzhou
China Haikou
China Hangzhou
China Nanjing
China Shanghai
China Tianjin
China Wuhan
China Xiamen
Hong Kong Hong Kong
India Bengaluru
India Chennai
India Delhi
India Hyderabad
India Mumbai
Indonesia Denpasar
Indonesia Jakarta
Indonesia Medan
Indonesia Surabaya
Indonesia Yogyakarta
Japan Osaka
Japan Tokyo
Malaysia Alor Setar
Malaysia Bintulu
Malaysia Johor Bahru
Malaysia Kota Bharu
Malaysia Kota Kinabalu
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia Kuala Terengganu
Malaysia Kuantan
Malaysia Kuching
Malaysia Labuan
Malaysia Langkawi
Malaysia Miri
Malaysia Penang
Malaysia Sandakan
Malaysia Sibu
Malaysia Tawau
Myanmar Yangon
Nepal Kathmandu
New Zealand Auckland
Philippines Manila
Saudi Arabia Jeddah
Singapore Singapore
South Korea Seoul
Sri Lanka Colombo
Taiwan Taipei
Thailand Bangkok
Thailand Phuket
United Kingdom London
Vietnam Hanoi
Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City



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