Malaysia Airlines operates two variants of the Airbus A330: the Airbus A330-200 (3 in fleet) and the Airbus A330-300 (11 in fleet). This aircraft is used to fly short-to-medium-haul routes, such as Kunming, Beijing and Chennai. Malaysia Airlines owns all A330-200 and -300 aircraft, and the first was delivered in 1995. Their Golden Club Class interiors and seats have been refurbished.
Malaysia Airlines' Airbus A330-300 and A330-200 aircraft will be refurbished in batches with new seat covers, carpet and un-pleated curtains. Seat cushion and arm caps will be replaced with a new material.
Older 14 Airbus A330 aircraft are painted in the standard Malaysia Airlines livery, with its logo on the tailfin. Newer aircraft to be equipped with new interior and PTVs wearing the new... Read More