Malindo Air to launch operations on two routes on March 22

Malindo 737-900ER 9M-LNF (13)(Grd) BFI (JGW)(LRW)

Malindo Air (Kuala Lumpur) will launch operations with Boeing 737s on the Kuala Lumpur-Kota Kinabalu (three times daily) and Kuala Lumpur-Kuching (four times daily) routes on March 22.

Malindo Air is a joint venture between National Aerospace and Defence Industries (NADI) (51%) (Malaysia) and Lion Air (Jakarta, Indonesia) (49%). The name “Malindo” is a contraction of Malaysia and Indonesia.

Next the airline will add service from Kuala Lumpur to Bintulu, Miri, Sandakan and Sibu.

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Top Copyright Photo: Joe G. Walker. The pictured Boeing 737-9GP ER 9M-LNF (msn 38687) was the first -900ER to be handed over (in a basic Lion Air color scheme) on March 14, 2013. The airliner is also a milestone delivery and carries a special 7500th Boeing 737 logo by the nose (below, courtesy of Malindo Air).

Malindo 737-900ER 9M-LNF (13)(Nose)(Malindo)(LRW)

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Editor’s “To The Point” Observation: This new launch will sharpen the competition between AirAsia and Lion Air. To underscore this point, please read this report from Reuters about this growing feud:

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Initial Route Map:

Malindo Air 3:2013 Route Map

1 thought on “Malindo Air to launch operations on two routes on March 22

  1. charan singh

    there is so much hype on malindo air and i want to fly to kota kinabalu on the 24th of march 2013 but i am unable to get an answer through internet

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