Malaysia Airlines Destinations

The story of Malaysia Airlines starts in the golden age of travel. A joint initiative of the Ocean Steamship Company of Liverpool, the Straits Steamship of Singapore and Imperial Airways led to a proposal to the Colonial Straits Settlement government to run an air service between Penang and Singapore. The result was the incorporation of Malayan Airways Limited (MAL) on 12 October 1937.

On 2 April 1947, MAL took to the skies with its first commercial flight as the national airline. Fuelled by a young and dynamic team of visionaries, the domestic carrier turned into an international airline in less than a decade.

With the formation of Malaysia in 1963, the airline changed its name to Malaysian Airlines Limited. Soon after, Borneo Airways was incorporated into MAL. Within 20 years, MAL grew from a single aircraft operator into a company with 2,400 employees and a fleet operator using the then latest Comet IV jet aircraft, six F27s, eight DCs and two Pioneers.

In 1965, with the separation of Singapore from Malaysia, MAL became a bi-national airline and was renamed Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA). A new logo was introduced and the airline grew exponentially with new services to Perth, Taipei, Rome and London. However, in 1973, the partners went separate ways. Malaysia introduced Malaysian Airline Limited, which was subsequently renamed Malaysian Airline System or in short, Malaysia Airlines. Today, Malaysia Airlines flies around 100 destinations worldwide.

The airline holds a lengthy record of service and best practices excellence, having received more than 100 awards in the last 10 years.

Malaysia
Alor Setar – AOR
Bakalalan – BKM
Bintulu – BTU
Johor Bahru – JHB
Kota Bharu – KBR
Kota Kinabalu – BKI
Kuala Lumpur – KUL
Kuala Terengganu – TGG
Kuantan – KUA
Kuching – KCH
Kudat – KUD
Labuan – LBU
Lahad Datu – LDU
Langkawi – LGK
Lawas – LWY
Limbang – LMN
Long Akah – LKH
Long Banga – LBP
Long Lellang – LGL
Long Seridan – ODN
Marudi – MUR
Miri – MYY
Mukah – MKM
Mulu – MZV
Penang – PEN
Sandakan – SDK
Sibu – SBW
Tanjung Manis – TGC
Tawau – TWU

Argentina
Buenos Aires – EZE

Australia
Adelaide – ADL
Brisbane – BNE
Melbourne – MEL
Perth – PER
Sydney – SYD

Bangladesh
Dhaka – DAC

Belgium
Brussels – BRU

Brunei Darussalam
Bandar Seri Begawan – BWN

Cambodia
Phnom Penh – PNH
Siem Reap – REP

China
Beijing – PEK
Guangzhou – CAN
Kunming – KMG
Shanghai – PVG
Xiamen – XMN

Denmark
Copenhagen – CPH

Finland
Helsinki – HEL

France
Paris – CDG

Germany
Frankfurt – FRA

Hong Kong
Hong Kong – HKG

India
Bangalore – BLR
Chennai – MAA
Delhi – DEL
Hyderabad – HYD
Mumbai – BOM

Indonesia
Bandung – BDO
Denpasar-Bali – DPS
Jakarta – CGK
Medan – MES
Surabaya – SUB
Yogyakarta – JOG

Ireland
Dublin – DUB

Italy
Rome – FCO

Japan
Osaka – KIX
Tokyo-Haneda – HND
Tokyo-Narita – NRT

Lebanon
Beirut – BEY

Maldives
Male – MLE

Myanmar
Yangon – RGN

Netherlands
Amsterdam – AMS

New Zealand
Auckland – AKL

Norway
Bergen – BGO
Kristiansand – KRS
Oslo Gardermoen – OSL
Oslo Sandefjord – TRF
Stavanger – SVG

Pakistan
Karachi – KHI

Philippines
Cebu – CEB
Manila – MNL

Saudi Arabia
Dammam – DMM
Jeddah – JED
Riyadh – RUH

Singapore
Singapore – SIN

South Africa
Cape Town – CPT
Johannesburg – JNB

South Korea
Seoul – ICN

Sri Lanka
Colombo – CMB

Sweden
Gothenburg – GOT
Stockholm – STO

Taiwan
KaohSiung – KHH
Taipei – TPE

Thailand
Bangkok – BKK
Phuket – HKT

Turkey
Istanbul – IST

United Arab Emirates
Dubai – DXB

United Kingdom
Aberdeen – ABZ
Belfast – BHD
Edinburgh – EDI
Glasgow – GLA
London – LHR
Manchester – MAN

United States
Los Angeles – LAX

Vietnam
Hanoi – HAN
Ho Chi Minh City – SGN

Notes :
After the location or airport name, it’s the specific airport code (IATA – International Air Transport Association).

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