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Airline Info
Airline Name: Malaysia Airlines
Airline IATA Code: MH
Airline Flight Number Example: MH4937
Airline ICAO Code: MAS
Airline Flight Plan Example: MAS16EQ
Airline Callsign: MALAYSIAN
Airline Flight Numbers: 1-6407
Total Aircraft in Fleet: 82
Passenger Aircraft in Fleet: 82
Cargo Aircraft in Fleet: 0

Speeds: kts (Knots)
Distances: nmi (Nautical Miles)
Date Format: dd/mm/yyyy (Day/Month/Year)
Time Format: HH:MM (Hour:Minute) based on UTC/Zulu
Weights: kg (Kilograms) - for Fuel, Pax and Cargo

Adult (12+) Child (2-12) Infant (0-2)
84Kgs 35Kgs 0Kgs
Domestic Bags International Bags Long Haul Bags
11Kgs 13Kgs 15Kgs
94 Adults x 84 Kgs + 20 Children x 35 Kgs + 3 Infants x 0 Kgs = 8596 Kgs
117 International Bags x 13 = 1521 Kgs
Total weight = 10117 Kgs



Airline Biography

Malaysia Airlines (Real World) Information;

Malaysia Airlines Berhad (MAB) formerly known as Malaysian Airline System Berhad (MAS), branded as Malaysia Airlines, is an airline operating flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport and from secondary hubs in Kota Kinabalu and Kuching to destinations throughout Asia, Oceania and Europe. Malaysia Airlines is the flag carrier of Malaysia and a member of the oneworld airline alliance. The company's headquarters are located at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. In August 2014, the Malaysian government's sovereign wealth fund Khazanah Nasional—which then owned 69.37% of the airline—announced its intention to purchase remaining ownership from minority shareholders and de-list the airline from Malaysia's stock exchange, thereby renationalising the airline.

Malaysia Airlines owns two subsidiary airlines: Firefly and MASwings. Firefly operates scheduled flights from its two home bases Penang International Airport and Subang International Airport. The airline focuses on tertiary cities. MASwings focuses on inter-Borneo flights. Malaysia Airlines has a freighter fleet operated by sister company MASkargo, which manages freighter flights and aircraft cargo-hold capacity for all Malaysia Airlines' passenger flights.

Malaysia Airlines traces its history to Malayan Airways Limited, which was founded in Singapore in the 1930s and flew its first commercial flight in 1947. It was then renamed as Malaysian Airways after the formation of the Federation of Malaysia in 1963. In 1966, after the Independence of Singapore Agreement 1965, the airline was renamed Malaysia–Singapore Airlines (MSA), before its assets were divided in 1972 to form two separate national airlines - Malaysian Airline System (MAS, since renamed as Malaysia Airlines) and Singapore Airlines.

Despite numerous awards from the aviation industry, being crowned 'The World's 5-Star Airline' by Skytrax multiple times (2009, 2012 and 2013)[5] and recognition from the World Travel Awards as 'Asia's Leading Airline' (2010, 2011 and 2013), the airline struggled to cut costs to cope with the rise of low-cost carriers in the region since the early 2000s. In 2013, the airline initiated a turnaround plan after large losses beginning in 2011 and cut routes to prominent, but unprofitable, long-haul destinations, such as the Americas (Los Angeles and Buenos Aires) and South Africa. Malaysia Airlines also began an internal restructuring and intended to sell units such as engineering and pilot training.

In a period of less than five months in 2014, Malaysia Airlines lost two aircraft - Flight 370, which disappeared under unusual circumstances, and Flight 17, which was brought down by a ground-launched missile. Prior to 2014, the airline had one of the world's best safety records - just two fatal crashes in 68 years of operation, one of which was the hijacked Malaysian Airline System Flight 653 in 1977.

Airline Rules
  1. You must fly theses schedules in Malaysia Airlines liveries only.
  2. If you do not have the correct livery then use house manufacture (i.e Boeing House livery).
  3. Please check below to see the current fleet, which fleet you can substitute, equivalent Substitutions, and historic fleet.  Look along the table from left to right to see.
  4. Please make sure that if you sub another aircraft for another, check that the performance will get you to the required destination.
  5. Please make sure, if you sub an aircraft, that you check the registrations of the type of aircraft, and to select the Reg in the WeGoACARS Tracker. Failure to do this will lead to a PIREP Rejection.
Airline Fleet and Substitutions
Current Fleet Real World Substitutions Simulated Substitutions Historical Fleet
A330-200 (A332)
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A330-300 (A333)
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A350-900 (A359)
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A380-800 (A388)
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B737-800 (B738)
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