Living in the era of fourth industrial revolution where new inventions would pop up almost every single day, the sky traffic in our land is getting busier and busier as time goes by (though it has yet to be congested). Airplanes are making their way carrying passengers to their desired destinations, be it domestically or even globally. Jet trails can also be seen usually in the early morning as well as in the evening. The night sky is not just being filled with twinkling of stars, but also blinking of satellites and night planes soaring high up in the sky. Having said that, it should be known to all that Malaysia as a developing country has now possessed its UAAerospace Sdn Bhd own aeronautical company known as UA Aerospace Sdn Bhd which is now thriving to expand its wings in global market such as China. With the emergence of such company, it is vital that we should first get to know about the airlines serving our air traffic in Malaysia.
The first airline is none other than the most popular company – the AirAsia. It is the most well-known price fighter airline which no one is to be compared with its low fare prices. Going with the slogan ‘Now Everyone Can Fly,’ which aims to make all the locals being able to afford a flight to their destination, it has now becoming a pride to our country as the goal reached faster than any of its competitors in Malaysia aviation industry. AirAsia is now the biggest airline in Southeast Asia. It has travelled all across the nation as well as spread its wings further to Europe and Australia. The second one after AirAsia would be the Firefly. It is a low cost carrier fully possessed by Malaysia Airlines or what is known as MAS. It was first launched in 2007 due to high demand of low budget airline which was first introduced by AirAsia. The company now own 13 airplanes and has access to 19 locations within as well as outside Malaysia. Just like the former company, Firefly has travelled all across the nation. However, it also travels at a greater distance to Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore.
The next airline would be Malaysian Airlines Berhad (MAB) which travelled across the nation, Oceania as well as Europe. This MAB owns two subsidiary airlines namely Firefly and MASwings. The airline has received various awards including ‘The World’s 5-Star Airline’by Skytrax as well as ‘Asia Leading Airline’ several times. However, MAB is now struggling to cut costs in order for them to be the most preferred airline just like its counterparts which are both low-cost carriers plane. The last but not least is MASwings under the ownership of MAB. Just like Firefly it was launched in 2007 and cater to the needs Sarawakian and Sabahan on their air travel journey. It serves convenient schedules as well as affordable ticket prices in order to carry its passengers to their dreamt destinations. Unlike the other airlines, MASwings do not travel outside of Malaysia. It only serves as a domestic airline in the country.
All in all, there are myriad of airlines which have become the pride to our country as all of them are trying their best to provide the best of service for every passenger coming on board.…