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1972–1987 1987–2012 2012–2013 2013–present
1972–1987 1987–2012 2012–2013 2013–present

Malaysia Airlines, also known as MAS (an abbreviation of its former name, Malaysian Airline System), is the state-owned flag carrier of Malaysia and a member of the oneworld airline alliance since 2013.

Malaysian Airline System

1972–1987

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In 1972, Malaysia-Singapore Airlines split into Malaysian Airline System (MAS) and Singapore Airlines.

Malaysia Airlines

1987–2012

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Malaysian Airline System changed its name to Malaysia Airlines in October 1987. It retained the Kelantan kite from the previous logo, but gave it a visible slant to “express grace in motion but also thrust and dynamism”. The letters M, A and S in the word Malaysia were highlighted with red triangles at the bottom right corner to emphasise the name MAS, which is how the airline is referred to as popularly, and also its roots in its predecessor, Malaysian Airline System.

2012–present

2012–2013

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Malaysia Airlines revised its logo in 2012 to coincide with the introduction of the Airbus A380 into its fleet. The Kelantan kite now faced to the right, and it was coloured blue with a gradient. The wordmark is now written in a similar font as that found in Singapore Airlines’ logo. The A380s were, and still are, painted with a special livery featuring only the colour blue, with no red.

2013–present

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The red-and-blue Kelantan kite returned in 2013 to mark Malaysia Airlines’ entry into the oneworld airline alliance.

Malaysia-Singapore Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
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