Malaysian Airways is the flag carrier of Malaysia headquartered at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang, Selangor, in Greater Kuala Lumpur. It started to operate in 1937 when Wearne's Air Service (WAS) commenced operating services between Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Penang. This proposal was made by the Imperial Airways and Straits Steamship of Singapore. Malaysian Airways joined oneworld in 2013 and has been rated as 5 star by Skytrax for having the World's Best Cabin Staff. With its main operating hub in Kuala Lumpur, it provide air travel services for Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, Middle East and on the Kangaroo Route between Europe and Australasia. Transpacific flights from Kuala Lumpur to Los Angeles are also operated by it. About more than 60 destinations across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America are covered by it. In the year 1997, Malaysia Airlines flew the world’s longest non-stop, non-commercial flight from Seattle to Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian Airlines booking online is the best ways to travel cheap and earn discounts on your travel. The flight reservation to travel with comfort and peace of mind can be booked through online booking. Malaysia Airlines has a fleet of 84 aircraft that include 77 passenger aircraft and 7 cargo planes. The main airbuses included in its fleet are Airbus A330-200 (3), Airbus A330-300 (11), Boeing 737-400 (37), Boeing 737-800 (3), Boeing 747-400 (13) and Boeing 777-200 ER (17).
Diu is a vibrant city which falls in the territory of Daman and Diu in India. Even though being a part of Gujarat, it is considered not much a part of the state. The city is a worldwide reckoned as a tourist destination. Having a Portuguese history, the city still is imprinted with a strong Portuguese touch. This can be felt in its each element, be its archaeological structures or culture. The land has some ancient temples, old forts, half demolished churches, and giant museums which still carry the touch of the historic Portuguese stay. The city of Diu was in the period of 14th to 16th century a seaport and naval base and a strong Portuguese enclave. The giant sea waves, the seamless beaches and the dense woods lining at farthest along the coastal lines offer a perfect romantic getaway for visitors who visit this land for honeymoon purpose. Few major tourist attractions of Diu are Gangeshwar Temple, Ghoghla Beach, Nagoa Beach, Panikotha, Hoka Tree, Diu Fort and Church of St. Francis of Assisi.
Diu is a vibrant city with inhabitants belonging to different castes and religiuons. The land oozes with a lot of sightseeing places that include Bunder Chowk, INS Kukri, Panikota, St. Paul’s Church and many more. There are a lot of festivals celebrated on this land in which visitors participate with pride and joy. Few famous festivals are Makarshankranti, Holi, Janmashtami, Rakshanbandhan, Diwali, Id, Christmas and New Year. The night life here is full of joy, enthusiasm and a bohemian zeal.