Malaysia Airlines

( MH / MAS )



Destinations of their 777s

Hub(s): KUL

in Africa: none

in Asia: DPS, DAC, HKG, JED, ICN, NRT, BOM

in Oceania: AKL, MEL

in the Americas: none

in Europe: AMS

T7-Fleet

  act ord opt
777
0
0
0
77E
12
0
0
77L
0
0
0
77F
0
0
0
773
0
0
0
77W
0
0
0
 
12
0
0
act = active
ord = on order
opt = options

Engines

- 777-2H6ER: RR Trent892
9M-MRA ... MRQ
6 77Es (B,D,I,K,N,O) wdwn.

Range

- 777-2H6ER: 12.779 km


About

Malaysia Airlines ordered their 777s on 8th January 1996. The first T7 was right in time for MH's 50th anniversary. Therefore the earlier 777s were delivered with a small sticker applied.
The early flights for Malaysia's 777 were all operated in Asia and to Oceania, later the routes to Europe were added and since 2000 a MH 777 also flies from KUL via ARN to Newark in the USA. In late 2006 this route was ready to be axed but some strong interventions by politics have led MH into continuing this route.
Their two latest 777s (MRP/Q) are equipped with Boeing/Jeppesen's Class3-EFB. MH was the first asian/pacific airline ordering EFB-equipped Boeing 777s.
"These new 777s are a perfect fit for our long-distance routes," said Dato' Ahmad Fuaad Mohd Dahlan, managing director for Malaysia Airlines. "And with the EFB, we're looking forward to even higher levels of efficiency, reliability and excellence."

On board their 777s


Seat configurations

- 777-2H6ER: 35 GoldenClub (2-3-2) , 247 Eco (2-5-2) = 282 seats

In-Flight Entertainment

- PTVs, AVOD (Matsushita 3000i)
- music, games, audio channels
- satellite phones, laptop adapters




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