New Widebody Aircraft for Malaysia Airlines?

DALLAS – Malaysia Airlines (MH) is currently weighing options to replace its aging fleet of Airbus A330s and is aiming to make the decision sometime next month.

Malaysia Airlines chief executive Izham Ismail commented, “We are at a late stage of the process. We are looking at one-to-one replacement on our A330 fleet.”

No indication was hinted whether it was for the entire A330 fleet in general or specifically for the A330-200 or the A330-300. What could be a suitable replacement?

Most of MH’s A330s fly from home—Kuala Lumpur (KUL)—to major airports across Australia and New Zealand and rotate again at KUL. KL-Australia read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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