Malaysia Airlines extends new livery to ground fleet
The new Malaysia Airlines livery on its new Boeing 737-800 is also now being used on its ground fleet consisting 45 units of Nissan Urvan and 8 units of Perodua Viva. These vehicles are used to transport the national carrier’s crew and engineers.
This is the first phase of group fleet renewal programme since the carrier’s ground operations migrated from Subang Airport to Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Malaysia Airlines’ Director of Operations, Captain Azharuddin said, “The ground fleet renewal programme has been implemented for commercial and technical reasons in line with Malaysia Airlines’ operational requirements. This investment is also a reflection of our commitment to provide a safe and conducive working environment for our employees,” he added.