Malaysia Airlines received 75's Boeing 737 aircraft from the manufacturer itself
Malaysia Airlines received 75's Boeing 737 aircraft from the manufacturer itself. The reception ceremony took place at the Boeing base.
Boeing 737-800 aircraft arrived at Kuala Lumpur International Airport - Malaysia, the main international gate, on 8 in August. This is the 10-737-800 aircraft of the 45 ordered. The interesting thing is that Malaysia Airlines operated a Boeing 737 on the Kuala Lumpur - Singapore flight on the October 1 1972.
Ahmad Jauhari Yahya, Executive Director of Malaysia Airlines, said he was pleased with this type of aircraft. It is the perfect aircraft for short and medium runs. Offers a very good cost / place ratio.
The new aircraft benefits from Boeing Sky Interior.
Malaysia Airlines started with an order of 6 Boeing 737-200 units. The first arrived in Malaysia on 23 July 1972, and on October 1 entered commercial races.
In 1987, Malaysia Airlines had 13 737-200 in the fleet. During 1992 - 1995, Malaysia Airlines operated 52 from 737-300, 737-400 and 737-500 aircraft.
On 31 March 2008, the carrier ordered 35 Boeing 737-800, with the option to extend the order with another 10. And here, on August 7, Malaysia Airlines received the 75 737 aircraft directly from the manufacturer, within 40 for years.