Malaysia Airlines (MH)
Malaysia Airlines is the national carrier of Malaysia offering the best way to fly to, from and around Malaysia. The airline flies 40,000 guests daily on memorable journeys inspired by Malaysia’s diverse richness. Malaysia Airlines embodies the incredible diversity of Malaysia, capturing its rich traditions, cultures, cuisines and warm hospitality on board, while opening up more of Malaysia’s destinations than any other airline. Malaysia Airlines owns more than 80 aircraft and serves approximately 1,000 destinations through its oneworld alliance membership.
Korean Air (KE)
Korean Air is performing a pivotal role in further enhancing South Korea’s progressive reputation around the world and are aggresively expanding its global network by establishing new routes and maintaining growth by increasing overseas sales. At the end of May 2019, Korean Air owned 168 aircraft and operated scheduled flights to 124 cities in 44 countries worldwide, including 13 cities in South Korea.
Asiana Airlines (OZ)
Asiana Airlines is South Korea's second-largest major airline , behind Korean Air. Asiana has its headquarters in Asiana Town building in Seoul. As of 2018, it accounted for a 19% share of the domestic market and a 16% share of the international market. With a fleet of over 80 aircraft, the airline serves destinations on four continents with an Asian network that includes important cities in the People's Republic of China, Japan, Southeast Asia and Central Asia.
Garuda Indonesia (GA)
Garuda Indonesia, the national airline of Indonesia, seamlessly connects 83 destinations worldwide, including exotic locations in the beautiful archipelago of Indonesia all at once. With more than 600 daily flights and a fleet of 196 aircrafts, Garuda Indonesia proudly serves its passengers with the award-winning distinct service “Garuda Indonesia Experience”, which highlights Indonesia’s warm hospitality and rich diverse culture. To provide better and more convenient services, Garuda Indonesia continuously strives through its ongoing transformation program. The progress of the transformation can be seen from the achievement of a Skytrax’s 5-star Airline rating as well as the winning of the prestigious “The World’s Best Cabin Crew” for four consecutive years in 2014 to 2017
SriLankan Airlines (UL)
SriLankan Airlines, launched in 1979, is an award winning airline with a solid reputation for service, comfort, safety, reliability, and punctuality. The airline’s hub is at Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo, providing convenient connections to its global route network of 109 destinations in 48 countries.
Royal Brunei Airlines (BI)
Royal Brunei Airlines, the country’s flagship carrier, was established on 18 November 1974 as an independent corporation wholly owned by the government of Brunei Darussalam. Soon after the beginning of the millennium, Royal Brunei Airline's Board and Management unveiled a bold and aggressive strategy to develop the airline's status as a world-class player. The plan was to make the organisation well-structured and dynamic.
Air KBZ (K7)
Air KBZ was established in June 2010 to cater the growing demands of domestic air travel in Myanmar. The airline currently operates 10 ATR72s consisting of 9 ATR-72 600s and 1 ATR-72 500 and is the largest ATR operator in the country. Its network covers 15 domestic destinations in Myanmar from its hub in Yangon (RGN), including Nyaung U – Bagan (NYU), Mandalay (MDL), Heho (HEH), Nay Pyi Taw (NYT), Thandwe – Ngapali Beach (SNW), Kawthaung (KAW), Loikaw (LIW), Kalay (KMV), Myitkyina (MYT), Lashio (LSH), Tachileik (THL), Dawei (TVY), Sittwe (AKY) and Myeik (MGZ). The airline is operates nearly 1,500 flights on a monthly basis carrying nearly between 65,000 to 70,000 passengers.