Malaysia’s capacity is on the upwards trajectory, albeit a gradual one. From record lows seen throughout 2021, the aviation industry in the country is beginning the slow recovery.
Half the country’s aircraft fleet remains inactive, however with a backlog of nearly 500, the majority of which are to AirAsia, the recovery is expected to be quicker once regional LCC travel resumes.
Malaysia’s aircraft delivery schedule is impressive, with nearly 30 aircraft being delivered every year until at least 2035.
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- An overview
- 20 most recent news briefs
- Fleet tables and graphs
- Capabilities tables and graphs
- MRO tables and graphs
- Schedules analysis tables and graphs
- Cargo analysis graphs
- Traffic graphs
- Tourism tables and graphs
- LCC tables and graphs