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Malaysia Airlines, the government-owned national airline based at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, has over 30 subsidiaries and associates, including:


Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn. Bhd.

Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn. Bhd.[1] is the dedicated cargo division of Malaysia Airlines and commercially known as MASkargo. It is a cargo carrier based in the Advanced Cargo Center of Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

MAS Aerotechnologies Sdn. Bhd.

MAS Aerotechnologies Sdn. Bhd., also known as MAS Aerospace Engineering, is an engineering and maintenance division of Malaysia Airlines. It is also known as Malaysian Airlines' Engineering and Maintenance Division. Malaysian Airlines' Engineering and Maintenance Division offers aircraft maintenance, calibration services, engineering & maintenance training and engineering & maintenance support to airline customers, including KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Garuda Indonesia and Royal Brunei Airlines. MAS Aerospace Engineering has a state of the art MRO facility in Subang Airport.

MAS Academy Sdn. Bhd.

MAS Academy Sdn. Bhd. is a training facility for employees of Malaysia Airlines. The Academy also provides training for other organisations in airline operations and related sectors.

MAS Golden Holidays Sdn. Bhd.

Golden Holidays
MAS Golden Holidays Sdn. Bhd. is a division of Malaysia Airlines. Known as Golden Holidays, the division is responsible for marketing and selling Malaysia Airlines holiday packages and tours.


Launched on 3 April 2007, Firefly, Malaysia's first community airline, is operated under FlyFirefly Sdn. Bhd., and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaysian Airline System Berhad. Operating out of its hub in Penang, Firefly provides exclusive routes daily to Subang, Penang, Kuantan, Kuala Terengganu, Kota Bharu and Langkawi in Malaysia, and 4 times a week to Phuket and Koh Samui in Thailand. [2]


MASwings is a newly formed subsidiary of Malaysia Airlines. The airline has taken over the rural air services in Sabah and Sarawak from FlyAsianXpress. MASwings has plans to purchase ten ATR 72-500 aircraft to replace its present nine Fokker 50s, some of which are 20 years old. They will also replace the current fleet of DHC-6-300 Twin Otters with the newer "Series 400" model. [3]


External links

  1. MASKargo Official Website
  2. Firefly Community Airline Website
  3. MASWings Website


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