• True. I flew MH A350-900 Business Suite seats back in 2019.  I didn't close the door at all. Never found a need to even if all 4 seats in the cabin are full. However, I was the only passenger in Business Suite then.

  • A330-900 has a range of 7200nm and should be sufficient to do KUL-LHR and other European cities if MH wants to. I think A350 is on lease, therefore MH can switch to 339 easily to cover long range.AirAsia X specifically wants 339 for its KUL-LGW/STN route.

  • I agree with you on that. Able to see out of the window but without the glare intensity. Sort of like a large external sunglass. I vote for the electrical dimmable window. That could be a middle path between those who wants to sleep without eyeshades and those who want to see outside. Currently m...

  • What view? I do open the the window shades partially and momentarily during those long haul flights and all I see is a sky above and white clouds down below (if not the wing and engines). I have seen and know what clouds looked like. And if there are no clouds, everything else is too small to be ...

  • I had only a couple of experience in Malaysian Airlines Business Suite seat in their Airbus A350. I see no importance at all for the sliding door and during my flight I kept the door open. Anyhow the sliding door was stiff and difficult to move.  I was on holiday at that time but even when I...

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  • Originally Posted by Covvers It is, in any event, a dwindling few. I still surprises me somewhat that some carriers tapped into the 748. Whilst I would not want to be seen as disparaging the “Queen of the Sky”, it kind of seems to me to be yesterday’s technology. "Yesterday" te...

  • Tipping at Qantas LAX First lounge?

    Mar 29, 2017, 12:30 AM

    As we Malaysians are fond of saying "Don't spoil the market".  If it is not the norm now, don't start it. If the lounge staff are already paid adequately unlike the waiters at US restaurants, don't start it.

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