Malaysia Airlines Malaysia Airlines

A member of oneworld, the world’s biggest airline alliance, Malaysia Airlines - the national carrier of Malaysia - operates flights to destinations throughout Asia, Europe and Oceania. Initially formed as Malaysian Airways Limited, the company began commercial flights in 1947 and currently serves 60 destinations, with a strong commercial presence in South-East Asia. Malaysia Airlines is also one of only 20 airlines that operate the so-called ‘Kangaroo Route’ from the UK to Australia.

Malaysia Airlines operates a fleet of 100 aircraft, three quarters of which are manufactured by Boeing; its Airbus A380 aircraft offer the widest fully-flat seats in first class in the world, as well as eight enclosed suites featuring flat-screen televisions.

In recent years, Malaysia Airlines has won a number of awards including the World’s Best Cabin Crew in 2012, as well as being graded with five stars by Skytrax, one of only seven world airlines to achieve this recognition in 2013.

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Malaysia Airlines flys to:
Auckland, Amsterdam, Stockholm - Arlanda, Bangkok, Mumbai, Paris - Ch. De Gaulle, Jakarta, Delhi, Denpasar/Bali, Rome - Fiumicino, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Phuket, Incheon - Incheon Intl, Osaka - Kansai International, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Manila, Nagoya, Tokyo - Narita, Beijing (Peking), Shanghai, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Taipei

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'I think the tone at Ryanair has gone very miserable' - the airline's chief operations officer admits - Independent.ie
“I do think we can fix it,” he told Ryanair pilots at the airline's biggest base, London Stansted, last Thursday. The meeting was just the day before Ryanair dramatically announced that it will recognise trade unions. Ryanair's chief people officer ...
Ryanair culture 'gone very miserable', says airline executive - Irish Times
The culture and tone of working at Ryanair “has gone very miserable . . . even in our head office,” chief operations officer Peter Bellew told pilots recently. “I do think we can fix it,” Mr Bellew said, in a recording of a speech made to pilots that ...
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RT @Independent: Malaysian airlines’ flight attendant uniforms could ‘arouse passengers’ say politicians https://t.co/c3obczX58m
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Malaysian airlines' flight attendant uniforms deemed 'too sexy' by politicians https://t.co/gKLHs1K7Lb
Malaysian airlines' flight attendant uniforms deemed 'too sexy' by ... - The Independent
Malaysia's budget airlines have come under fire for their “sexy” cabin crew uniforms. Two politicians from the ruling party criticised AirAsia and Firefly for having crew outfits that are “too revealing”, reports the New Straits Times.
Executive acknowledged miserable mood at Ryanair in meeting with pilots - RTE.ie
At a meeting with pilots in Stansted last Thursday, before the airline's shock announcement that it was recognising unions, new Chief Operating Officer Peter Bellew acknowledged that there was a very basic lack of trust between the company and pilots ...
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RT @Independent: Malaysian airlines’ flight attendant uniforms could ‘arouse passengers’ say politicians https://t.co/c3obczX58m
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