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Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330-300 9M-MTE in special oneworld livery. See another photo here. This aircraft performed the first flight of the airline as a member of oneworld in the early hours of Feb 1 from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne.
Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330-300 9M-MTE in special oneworld livery. See another photo here. This aircraft performed the first flight of the airline as a member of oneworld in the early hours of Feb 1 from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne.

Pictures of Malaysia Airlines’ new A330 business class

Malaysia Airlines is fitting its long distance Airbus A330-300 fleet with a new business class. The new cabin is being progressive fitted and will be available on A333 flights between Kuala Lumpur and Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, China and India.

The cabin will have 27 seats, with a pitch of 44 inches, seat width of 20 inches and length of 76 inches when fully flat. 90% of all seats have direct aisle access with a 1-2-1 and 1-2-2 row layout. Each seat is equipped with a 16-inch touch screen in-flight entertainment (IFE) system.

The new cabin was launched on MH141 between Kuala Lumpur and Sydney a week back.

Malaysia Airlines new A330 business class
Malaysia Airlines new A330 business class
Malaysia Airlines new business class on the Airbus A330
Malaysia Airlines new business class on the Airbus A330
Malaysia Airlines new A330 business class overview
Malaysia Airlines new A330 business class overview
Malaysia Airlines flat bed in the new business class on the Airbus A330
Malaysia Airlines flat bed in the new business class on the Airbus A330

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