Malaysia Airlines is offering for sale or lease all six of its Airbus A380s, its two Boeing 747-400Fs and four Airbus A330-200Fs and four Boeing 777-200ERs as it seeks to restructure following a disastrous 2014. according to by source.(Leehamnews.com).In 2009 & 2011 Malaysian Airlines Airbus A-380 was delayed 2 times and finally delivered on June 2012 with all-new livery to highlight MAS’ ‘wau’ kite design element.

The first A380 (MH122/123) commercial flight commenced on 1 July 2012 flying from to London with flights to Sydney following on 25 September 2012. A380, replaced the Boeing 747-400 fleet.

Malaysia Airline A-380.

The A380 has 8 seats in first class at the front of the lower deck, 66 business class seats on the upper deck and a total of 420 economy seats across both decks, with 350 on the lower deck and 70 upstairs

  • First class : Malaysia Airlines has the smallest first class cabins of any airline operating the A380 , It is at the front of the main deck, in a 1-2-1 configuration, are 8 lie-flat beds. Each has a generous 87 inch pitch (compared to 80 inches on MAS’ Boeing 747), with a 23 inch video screen (ausbt.com)

Business class: It has 66 business class seats on the upper deck will stretch out in a standard 2-2-2 layout.Each will have a 74 inch pitch (well beyond the 58 inches on MAS’ Boeing 747), fold out into a 72 inch lie-flat bed and sport a 17 inch video screen. (ausbt.com)

Economic class(kids-free-zone): The lower deck has 350 economy seats in a 3-4-3 layout, with the 70 economy seats on the upper deck arranged in 2-4-2. A380 also carries a total of 420 economy seats of 18 inches width, a six inch recline and 32 inch pitch. Each seat has a 10.6 inch video screen (ausbt.com)

Carioca NoMundo presents the new Malaysia Airlines A380 First Class

On 30 April 2015, it was announced that Malaysia Airlines would seek to sell or lease out all six of its Airbus A380s due to its ongoing financial crisis .

Malaysian Present Arline fleet as of April 2015

  • Airbus A330-300 –  15 Aircraft’s (4 to be sold/leased out)
  • Airbus A380-800 –   6 Aircraft’s  (to be sold or leased out)
  • Boeing 737-800   –   57 Aircraft’s
  • Boeing 777-200ER -13 Aircraft’s ( 4 to be sold )
  • Boeing 747-400F – 2 Aircraft’s (to be sold/lease )