Malaysia Airlines is upgrading the Sydney-Kuala Lumpur route with its new Airbus A330-300 jet, bringing business travellers angled lie-flat seats, on-demand entertainment, adjustable headrests, AC sockets for charging your laptop and USB ports for topping up your tablet or smartphone.
The first A330 has this week taken over from MAS' Boeing 777 on the evening MH140 service out of Sydney.
On April 1 this will be followed by an A330 swapping into the afternoon MH122 flight, giving Sydney-KL a 'double daily' A330 service.
The moves come as Malaysia Airlines continues cutting older Boeing 777 and 747 planes from its fleet and standardising on the Airbus A380 and A330 jets for its longer flights.
MAS' A330 business class offers 36 Recaro seats with a spacious 60-inch seat pitch which transforms into a lie-flat seat at a 12 degree sleeping angle, and travellers can take advantage of the 'Chef on Call' service to pre-order their meal from a wider range of dishes than the standard inflight menu.
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