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Online Catalogue:Malaysia Prints
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Malaysia Airlines operates the largest fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft in Asia, with nearly 40 in the fleet at the end of 2005. These aircraft are used heavily on both Domestic and Regional routes throughout Asia. In this section we have included a selection of Prints featuring Malaysia Airlines Boeing 737-4H6, Boeing 737-5H6 and the two Boeing 737-3H6 Freighter aircraft. Only Boeing 737-400's remained by the end of 2005.
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MAS operate a fleet of 17 Boeing 747-400 passenger aircraft and six Boeing 747-200 Freighters on their International routes. They currently have two Boeing 747-400 Freighters on order and these are due to join the fleet in 2006. In the past, MAS operated both Boeing 747-200 and Boeing 747-300 passenger aircraft in their fleets. We have included Prints featuring their Boeing 747-4H6, Boeing 747-3H6 and a couple of their Boeing 747-236B Freighter aircraft.
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MAS also operate sixteen Airbus A330's and seventeen B777's on both Regional and International routes. They also have six Airbus A380's on order, for delivery in 2007 (2), 2008 (2) and 2009 (2). The fleet also includes five De Havilland Twin Otters and ten Fokker 50's, which are used on low density domestic routes within East Malaysia (Sabah & Sarawak).
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Air Asia commenced operations in November 1996, with two Boeing 737-300 aircraft, operating from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah International Airport at Subang, Kuala Lumpur. With a limited route structure, the airline struggled from the outset, especially given MAS' dominance of the Domestic market. However, after MAS moved to KLIA in 1998, Air Asia was left at Subang. As Subang is much closer to KL, Air Asia began to make real inroads on the Domestic routes that it served, particularly those to Kuching and to Kota Kinabalu. So much so that MAS moved six B737-4H6 aircraft back to Subang to compete. Air Asia have, for many years, provided the Haj flights between Malaysia and Saudi Arabia. In December 2001, the debt ridden Air Asia was bought by the charismatic Tony Fernandes, who wanted to use the airline as a vehicle to set up Asia’s first no frills low cost airline. Since then, the airline has grown rapidly and is now a major force in Regional traffic, with a firm order for 60 Airbus A320 aircraft and options on another 40. These are already being delivered to the airline and the B737’s will eventually be phased out. Air Asia is now based at KLIA.
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Incorporated in 1987, Pelangi Air operated a fleet of Fokker-50 and Dornier 228 aircraft from Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Subang, Kuala Lumpur in colourful liveries on 16 low density Domestic and Regional routes. The airline has now sadly ceased operations.

Formed in 1989, Berjaya still operate their fleet of DeHavilland Dash 7 aircraft from Subang Airport, Kuala Lumpur. Their STOL capabilities are put to good effect on their routes to the small Domestic airports on islands like Tioman, Pangkor and Koh Samui, which are popular tourist destinations. The airline also links these islands with Singapore’s Seletar airport. Berjaya have established a small, but important niche market.

Transmile Air Services was formed in 1993 as an express freight and freighter charter company. It also carries mail for Pos Malaysia between Peninsular and East Malaysia. By late 2005, the fleet included four MD11, ten Boeing 727, four Boeing 737 and two Cessna 208 cargo aircraft. We have included a number of Prints of their aircaft at Subang, although they are now based at KLIA.
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Today, approximately 50 Airlines operate to Kuala Lumpur International Airport, including most of the major International and Asian Regional Airlines. In the late 1990's, Asia suffered a major downturn in the business cycle and many airlines disappeared altogether and others cut back their services across the Region. We have included a representative sample of our Prints covering Asian Airlines in these two pages and intend to expand the range in the future.
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Today, approximately 50 Airlines operate to Kuala Lumpur International Airport, including most of the major International and Asian Regional Airlines. In the late 1990's, Asia suffered a major downturn in the business cycle and many airlines disappeared altogether and others cut back their services across the Region. We have included a representative sample of our Prints covering Asian Airlinesin these two pages and intend to expand the range in the future.

Online Catalogue:Malaysia Prints

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