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Malaysia airlines ppt

  1. 1.  Founded 1 May 1947 (66 years ago) (as Malayan Airways)  Commenced operations 1 October 1972 (41 years ago)  Hubs Kuala Lumpur International Airport  Secondary hubs Kota Kinabalu International Airport Kuching International Airport  Fleet size 98
  2. 2.  Tan Sri Md Nor Yus of (Chairman) Ahmad Jauhari Yahya (Managing Director)  Destinations 61 exl. code-share and subsidiaries  Company slogan "Going beyond expectations"  Parent company Penerbangan Malaysia Berhad (Government Holding Company)  Headquarters Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport Subang, Selangor, malaysia.
  3. 3.  VISION: I. To be the Preferred Premier Carrier  MISSION: Our Journey towards making this Vision a reality requires us to: I. Put our People first and be the Employer of Choice II. Anticipate, consistently deliver and exceed customer expectations III. Build on our recognized personalized and sincere 'Malaysian Hospitality‘ service IV. Innovate to make travel and doing business with us hassle-free V. Sustainable value creation for our shareholders
  4. 4.  Malaysia Airlines experienced its worst loss in FY2005, with RM1.25 billion losses. Since then, the Business Turnaround Plan was introduced to revive the airline, in the year 2006.  At the end of the airline's turnaround program, in financial year 2007, Malaysia Airlines gained RM851 million net profit: a swing of RM987 million compared to RM134 million in losses in FY2006, marking the national carrier’s highest- ever profit in its 60-year history.  The achievement was recognized as the world’s best airline-turnaround story in 2007.
  5. 5.  Malaysia Airlines being awarded the Phoenix award by Penton Media's Air Transport World: the leading monthly magazine covering the global airline industry.
  6. 6.  In 2003, Malaysia Airlines’ parent company, Penerbangan Malaysia Berhad, signed a Contract with Airbus to purchase six Airbus A380-800 aircraft.  On 7 June 2011, the first A380 for Malaysia Airlines entered into final assembly phase at the Airbus Final Assembly Line in Toulouse, France. On 20 October, the A380 makes its maiden test flight from Toulouse to Hamburg upon completion of the final assembly & system tests.  Malaysia Airlines first A380 to arrive in Kuala Lumpur on 19 June 2012. Malaysia Airlines A380 inaugural flight from Kuala Lumpur to London on 1 July 2012.  Malaysia Airlines introduced double daily Airbus A380 flights on the London route on 24 November 2012, Paris route is effective daily from 1 March 2013 and Hong Kong route on 1 May 2013.
  7. 7. Air Mauritius American Airlines Bangkok Airways Cathay Pacific China Southern Airlines Dragonair Egyptair Etihad Airways Finnair Firefly Gulf Air Japan Airlines Jet Airways KLM Korean Air Oman Air Philippine Airlines QatarAirways Royal Brunei Airlines Royal Jordanian SilkAir Singapore Airlines SriLankan Airlines Thai Airways International Turkish Airlines Uzbekistan Airways
  8. 8. Aircraft In Servic e Orders/ Options Passengers Notes Airbus A330-300 13 3/10 0 36 247 283 All with New Product Features consistent with Airbus A380 and Boeing 737-800(MX) Airbus A380-800 6 — 8 66 420 494 Boeing 737-400 16 — 0 16 128 144 To be retired until 2014. Boeing 737-800 15 — 0 16 150 166 Leased 27 24/10 0 16 144 160 Replacement of 737-400 Boeing 777- 200ER 15 — 0 35 247 282 Exit from service in 2016. 2 Aircraft reserved for Hajj and Charter services.
  9. 9.  Malaysia Airlines operates a fleet of aircraft with two- cabin and three-cabin configurations. The 777-200 fleet has a two-cabin configuration, with Golden Club Class and Economy Class. The Airbus A380 fleet has a three-cabin configuration, also including First Class. The Airbus A330-300, Boeing 737-800 and Boeing 737-400 aircraft have a two-cabin configuration.  Lounges are maintained at the following airports:  Kuala Lumpur  Kota Kinabalu  Kuching  London  Melbourne  Penang  Perth  Singapore  Sydney
  10. 10.  There have been two accidents involving passenger fatalities on Malaysia Airlines, with a total of 134 fatalities:  4 December 1977 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 653, a Boeing 737-200 (9M-MBD) was hijacked and crashed in Tanjung Kupang, Johor, killing all 100 people aboard. It remains the deadliest crash of all time in Malaysia up to this day.  15 September 1995 - Malaysia Airlines Flight 2133, a Fokker 50 (9M-MGH) crashed during approach in Tawau, Sabah due to pilot error. 34 people were killed.