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Bayu Air

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About

Bayu Air was a Malaysian start-up planned to be based at Kuala Lumpur. The new carrier planned to operate Madinah, Jeddah and China services with three Boeing 777-200s from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The airline also planned to recruit former Malaysia Airlines employees, including 100 cabin crew and 25 pilots. It was expected to commence in 2016, but failed to launch operations. The carrier was founded by Bayu Mutiara Skyways.

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