Malindo Air

Malindo Air

Malindo Air

Malindo Air

Malaysia’s Nadi Sdn Bhd and Indonesia’s PT Lion Air has set up a low-cost carrier, Malindo Air to ply the Asean routes, using the KLIA2 as the base.

The joint venture agreement was signed on Tuesday and the new carrier would focus on short-haul flights in the region. The first fight would be in May 2013 from KL to Indonesia.

Who is Nadi ?
Nadi is a unit of the National Aerospace & Defense Industries, formerly known as Aerospace Industries Malaysia Sdn Bhd, which is a significant player mainly in the aerospace and defence industries, located in Subang.

Companies under the Nadi Group are Airod, Airod Techno Power, Aerospace Technology Systems Corp & SME Aerospace that primarily serves maintenance, repair & overhaul, engines modifications and upgrades, aerospace parts manufacturing and avionics.

Who is Lion Air ?
Lion Air LogoLion Air is Indonesia’s largest private carrier. It flies to more than 36 cities in Indonesia and many other destinations such as, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam on a fleet of brand new Boeing 737-900ER.

Malindo Air will have in-flight entertainment, extra legroom and free light meals. We have to wait until early next year, how Malindo Air can change the competition in low-cost-carrier in this region.

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7 Responses to Malindo Air

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  2. [...] Malindo Air will commence operations in May 2013 and we are expected that the will go big from the beginning as like what they inspired to be. If you are a AirAsia follower, their flight tickets many years ago are relatively cheaper than the price that they offers now. As a start, Malindo Air must willing to beat the rivals in term of price first and later on the services. [...]

  3. [...] Lion Air is planning to launch a budget carrier, called Malindo Airways, in Malaysia by May. Lion Air’s decision comes right after AirAsia announced it was moving [...]

  4. [...] Malindo Air, a new joint venture (JV) airline between Malaysia’s National Aerospace & Defence Industries Sdn Bhd (NADI) and Indonesia’s PT Lion Grup, has dismissed rumours it is facing financial difficulties. [...]

  5. […] Malindo Air booking period is made from 24 -25 August only and the travel period from 24 August – 15 Nov 2013.  […]

  6. […] Malindo Air expansion continues as they are now getting necessary approval to fly to Chittagong, Bangladesh. This is the second Bangladesh destinations after Dhaka.  The new route to be operated by a brand new Boeing 737-900ER and is expected to operate in January 2014. […]

  7. […] “Our airline staff have never transacted business or closed deals under their personal accounts with any agency or instrumentalities on his or her own without the instruction and supervision of Malindo. […]

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