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Malaysia Airlines Deactivates Their Reactivated Deactivated 747

As I first wrote about in March, a few months back struggling Malaysia Airlines brought a 747-400 back into service. Malaysia Airlines used to have a fleet of Boeing 747s, which they retired in 2012. This coincided with the airline taking delivery of their six Airbus A380 aircraft, which they used primarily for their London and Paris routes. Following the terrible tragedies of MH370 and MH17, Malaysia Airlines has been forced… Read Article →


Malaysia Airlines passenger’s food complaint triggers online debate

A passenger’s complaint on the condition of the food served onboard a Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) — formerly known as Malaysia Airlines System (MAS) — flight triggered an online debate. Twitter user Faizal Hamssin had yesterday claimed the state of the airline food served on board an MAB flight from Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, to Kuala Lumpur was a “disgrace” to the overall image of the national carrier. “This mihun goreng served on @MAS BWN-KUL… Read Article →