Twitter: From user 'Naventhan'
Tbh I am diggin’ Malindo Airlines better than Air Asia and Malaysia Airlines ??
Twitter: From user 'Malaysiaportals'
Malindo Air: Business Class Flash Deals Back (27-Jan-2018 To 28-Jan-2018) https://t.co/SmmYEo7VWy https://t.co/MVCAC5c2DR
Twitter: From user 'NUFAMTheUnion'
Well done Malindo Air! Finally the Cabin Crew will have their rights to a Union! ???? https://t.co/SO33tl726o
Three more direct flights from China - The Borneo Post
He said the new direct flight from Kota Kinabalu to Chengdu via Malindo Air commenced yesterday (Jan 2) and would be flying thrice weekly, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The inaugural flight departed from Kota Kinabalu at 9.45pm yesterday and ...
Aviation industry outlook: High single-digit growth expected - New Straits Times Online
AirAsia has always been an Airbus customer while Malindo Air has a fleet of Boeing and ATR aircraft. Malaysia Airlines will take delivery of Airbus planes this year while the Boeing orders will be fulfilled in the future. There is a likelihood that ...
Indonesia To Step Up Drug Screening of Flight Crew - Aviation International News
Indonesia's Ministry of Transport and the National Narcotics Agency (NNA) will step up checks on pilots and flight attendants operating in the country as part of their effort to curb drug abuse among airline employees. This initiative follows the ...
Mission For The Rohingyas - Air Cargo News - Air Cargo News.com
A major initiative for good in Malaysia is “1Malaysia for Youth,” often referred to as 1M4U or iM4U. The outreach organization is an initiative of the Malaysian government and was founded by Prime Minister Najib Razak in 2012. Put simply, iM4U ...
Twitter: From user 'Adil Faiz.'
Malindo Air u had one job. And that is get the flight time on schedule for god sake. Lanciau
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Melbourne-Bali market: Garuda, Jetstar and Lion Group respond to under-capacity by adding flights - CAPA - Centre for Aviation
The Melbourne-Bali route will also regain a third competitor in 2018 with the launch of services from the Lion Group subsidiary Malindo Air. Malindo plans to operate a daily flight from Melbourne to Bali using 162-seat two class 737-800s or 180-seat ...