Malaysia Airlines


Malaysian Airlines operates more than 110 aircraft on domestic and international routes. Malaysian Airlines Training Centre has been offering Flight Crew Training for 3 decades. It installed its first simulator (Fokker F27) at its Training School in Subang on 17 May 1975 and commissioned its latest simulator (B747-400) on the 7th of April 2005. It now operates a full fledged Flight Simulator Training Centre with a simulator fleet of B747-400, B777-200, A330-300, two B737-400 and one Fokker F50, providing training for not only its staff but also to technical crew of other airlines.

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03/10/2018 | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO

The LEAP engine support network is starting to take shape. On 18th September, GE Aviation announced 80 million dollars worth of investment in Malaysia to host engine maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) operations at its GE Engine Services Malaysia (GEESM) centre, based in Subang. This decision...


MH17 : Investigation into possible Buk-missile-parts
11/08/2015 | AVIATION WORLD NEWS | AIR TRANSPORT

In cooperation with the Dutch Safety Board (DSB) the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) investigates several parts, possibly originating from a Buk surface-air-missilesyst...


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