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Discussion in 'Other Airlines | Asia/Australia' started by uggboy, Mar 8, 2014.
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Malaysia Airlines is an award-winning national carrier
So I guess they are not considered a low-cost airline.
MH is a well-run company and compared with neighboring countries, has historically operated a safe and efficient commercial air service. The operating conditions to places like MYY and BTU are not always easy but their record has been good. SharkSr worked for years in MY with Malaysian air folks and has respect for their overall professionalism. There is no comparison between MH and GA operating practices.
So I'm curious, from any MPer that is familiar with MH's prices, have you seen a decrease? Is the loss of MH370 affecting their overall pricing/loads?
Not really. Kuala Lumpur - Beijing route is still selling as per normal fares, but expected the load it could have fallen in recent weeks thus, once can still get a V-class seat anytime. Rather, they are slashing fares to compete with AirAsia / X and Malindo but not due to the incident. Malaysians will still opt to fly with MH if given a choice and the fares are comparable/around the range of budget airlines.